Subsidiary Governance: Have you got it right?

In this insightful webinar, experts from Sanne discuss the importance of structure and how getting the balance right in subsidiary governance is crucial to success.

The importance of structure and getting the balance right in subsidiary governance is crucial to success. In this insightful webinar, experts from Sanne discuss:

  • best practice and ways of implementing an effective and functional subsidiary governance framework
  • the structure and make-up of a subsidiary board 
  • how to lead from the top on good corporate governance policies to protect companies and directors
  • how to assess stakeholder expectations between the subsidiaries and owner 
  • relaxing any tension between group and subsidiary governance, and the potential imposition of control by the parent
  • and, how do you gain the most effective oversight and control across multi- jurisdictional subsidiaries regarding legal and regulatory issues.

Speakers

Victoria Penrice, President, The Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland

Victoria is President of the UKRIAT Committee and qualified as a chartered secretary over 20 years ago. She has significant experience in listed companies and Victoria has been on the UKRIAT Committee since it was formed in 2014, having originally been elected to the Institute’s Council in 2013.

James Bermingham, General Counsel, Sanne

James has been General Counsel at Sanne since 2019. He is responsible for setting Sanne's legal and commercial strategy to ensure an effective operating platform which is best in class, providing unrivalled support to clients. James' areas of focus include platform support, litigation, projects and product development. He is also responsible for the insurance and company secretarial teams.

Clive Davies, Director, Sanne

Clive is a Director within Sanne Group (Guernsey) Limited (“Sanne”). He has over 25 years’ experience in the offshore finance industry with a focus on investment funds for the last 20 years. Prior to joining Sanne he worked for a mid-size fund administrator where he was an Associate Director, with responsibility for the administration of several venture capital, technology, private equity funds and real estate funds.

Over the last ten years Clive has held appointments on the boards of several venture capital funds specialising in mid-market buy outs, e-commerce, technology and property development both in the Far-East, Northern Europe and in the United Kingdom.

Andy Hodges, Head of Secretariat, Rio Tinto

Sponsor

Sanne

Sanne is a leading global provider of alternative asset and corporate services.

Established since 1988 and listed as a FTSE 250 company on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange, Sanne employs c1,900 professionals worldwide and administers structures and funds that have in excess of £465 billion assets.

We deliver tailored fiduciary services to a highly valued international client base through a global network of offices spread across the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia-Pacific.

Clients are serviced through regional businesses which are led by global leaders with deep experience in alternative asset and corporate services. Each business contains multifunctional and skilled teams of professionally qualified people who are aligned to the specific requirements of each client, across one accredited platform.

Sanne leads in the provision of fund and corporate administration services. Specialist expertise is delivered across private debt, capital markets, real assets, private equity, hedge and corporate services.

Key clients include leading fund managers, financial institutions and global corporates.

www.sannegroup.com

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