Day 2

4 July 2024


Registration, refreshments and networking (Exhibition hall open)


Welcome back

  • Claire Forrestier, Event host, former radio and TV presenter


The future of the UK market and digitisation

  • What impact will digitisation have on companies and shareholders?
  • What trends do organisational leaders need to prepare for?


Trust and Trustworthiness

This session will outline a roadmap for how organisations can become “purpose-led” and widen their range of stakeholders.


The role of boards in leadership and governance of an ethical culture

Under the UK Corporate Governance Code, the board of a listed company is required to ‘establish the company’s purpose, values and strategy, and satisfy itself that these and its culture are aligned'. This session will explore the responsibilities, challenges and opportunities which confront boards in 2024.


Refreshment break


Companies House update

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act will radically change the way that Companies House works. This session will explain how recent changes to UK company law affect your organisation.

  • Mark Buckley, Companies House


Artificial Intelligence: innovation or regulation?

AI is set to revolutionise the way we work. In this debate speakers put forward arguments for AI innovation vs regulation.

  • Prof. Ashley Braganza, Dean, Brunel Business School
  • James Harley, Principal Product Manager, Nasdaq


Lunch break


Breakout Sessions

1 - The value of culture research

This session will present new research from Leeds Beckett University which explores the role of organisational culture.

2 - Building your governance career

This session will help you to create the governance career that’s right for you. Panellists will share insights from their own careers and help participants to explore new career opportunities.

3 - Companies House question time

Anything you want to ask about the changes coming in with ECCT.

4 - Partner session: Computershare


Breakout Sessions

1 - The role of the nomination committee
This session will present new research on the changing role of the nomination committee.
2 - Trustee diversity and recruitment

Asking and answering some challenging questions around recruiting an effective trustee board.

  • Dr Joy Tweed, Board chair, LOCSU
3 - What’s new? Charity Governance Code
This session will look at recent and future developments of the Charity Governance Code.
4 - Partner session: Atticus


Afternoon break


Breakout Sessions

1 - Diversity: Trends and new opportunities

Diversity remains a priority for organisations.

This session will update participants with the latest thinking on diversity.
2 - Charity Reporting Insights

This session will discuss charity reporting, metrics and data across the sector and how charities can measure their impact, supported with examples of best practice.

3 - Session TBC
4 - Strategic Insights: Trends in global governance and the rise of carve-outs

Join us for an interactive discussion session where we will delve into the rising complexity confronting general counsels in today’s dynamic business landscape. Drawing from the latest findings from our annual Global Business Complexity Index we’ll explore key trends shaping entity management and also discuss why carve-outs are becoming increasingly prevalent.

Join us to discover:

  • Why do corporates decide to divest parts of their businesses and what benefits can it bring?
  • How to make carve-out deals a success and minimise potential risks?
  • Is running a business globally really becoming more complex every single year?
  • What ESG means to business – is it a risk or an opportunity?

Session will be presented by TMF Group


How to increase your personal impact through influence and negotiation


Closing remarks

  • Claire Forrestier, Event host, former radio and TV presenter


Wednesday 3 - Thursday 4 July 2024


Novotel London West,
Hotel & Convention Centre,
One Shortlands, Hammersmith
W6 8DR


6-12 hours


Category 2 Day 1 Day
Non-members £925.00 £550.00
Professional subscribers £850.00 £500.00
Members £730.00 £450.00
Not For Profit £500.00 £350.00
CGI Student £400.00 £250.00

All prices listed above do not include VAT.

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