This GCP Short, produced in partnership with We Are Guernsey and the Guernsey International Insurance Association, discusses the evolution of the governance landscape in Guernsey and specifically, the role of independent non executive directors (iNEDs) on captive boards.
Richard hosts an engaging debate on iNEDs, the demands of the role, the possible restriction on the number of appointments, and whether more captive domiciles should make them a requirement.
The guests are:
- Airmic CEO Julia Graham, an iNED on three captive boards in Guernsey
- Peter Child, CEO for Europe at Strategic Risk Solutions
- Nick Wild, a local iNED with a long background in captive management.
In the introduction Richard references a previous GCP Short episode featuring a group European iNEDs debating the value of outside board directors. Listen here.
The updated Airmic Captive Governance Guide is referenced. You can download it here.
The Non-Executive Director (NED) Development Programme is referenced and discussed by Nick. For more information on the course, visit the GTA University Centre website.
For more information on Guernsey as a captive domicile, visit its Friend of the Podcast page here.
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