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Boardroom Insights: Mentore FTSE NED Morning Discussion
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Date Wednesday, 26 June 2019
Time 26 Jun 8:30 - 26 Jun 10:00
Venue Peel Hunt, Moor House, 120 London Wall, London Greater London EC2Y 5ET, United Kingdom
Pricing Subscribed Member
£ 50 Subscribed Member
Corporate Member
£ 50 Corporate Member
Champion
£ 50 Champion
Guests Not Allowed
Register by Tuesday, 25 June 2019

                                          
 

FTSE NED Breakfast 26th June 2019

This series of events is designed for FTSE NEDs and women who are working, or have worked at Senior Executive level in FTSE or FTSE-equivalent organisations.  

We are delighted that a number of leading head hunters, including Spencer Stuart, Norman Broadbent, Russell Reynolds, Warren Partners, Korn Ferry, Odgers Berndtson, Miles Partnership, MWM Consulting, Sapphire Partners, Heidrick and Struggles, EquityChair, Berwick Partners, and First Flight  have offered to support and attend these events in the past.
 

These breakfast boardroom conversations are a great way for you to listen to stories of top NEDs, understand the issues they have faced and to make high level connections with other senior women and top level Head Hunters and Consultants who work in the NED space. To get a feel for these events click on one of these two links to see the top tips from two of our previous NED speakers, Jan Babiak and Paul Drechsler CBE

Speaker

Gay Huey Evans OBE    

Gay Huey Evans is Deputy Chair of the Financial Reporting Council. She received an OBE in 2016 for services to Financial Services and Diversity.
 
Gay is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Standard Chartered PLC, where she is Chair of the Board Committee on Financial Crime and serves as a member of the Risk Committee.
 
She is also a non-executive director of ConocoPhillips where she serves on the Audit Committee; and also of Bank Itau BBA International Limited, where she is Chair of the Audit Committee.   She also served on the Boards of the London Stock Exchange and Aviva plc.
 
Gay has over 30 years’ experience working within the Financial Services industry,  International Capital Markets and Financial Regulation.  She began at Bankers Trust where she was Chair of ISDA
 
She then spent several years at the Financial Services Authority as Director of Markets Division, Capital Markets Sector Leader with responsibility for, among other things, establishing a market facing division for the supervision of market infrastructure, oversight of market conduct and developing markets policy.  From 2005 to 2008 Gay held a number of roles at Citi, including head of governance, Citi Alternative Investments, EMEA between 2007 and 2008.  Gay joined Barclays Capital in 2008 where she was vice chair of investment banking and investment management, responsible for Barclays’ relationships with sovereign funds globally.  Gay was a non-executive director of London Stock Exchange Group plc between 2010 and 2013. 
 
As of 1 January 2019 Gay joined that UK HMT Board.
 
Gay holds a BA in Economics from Bucknell University.  She is Chair of the Beacon Awards, a Trustee of Wellbeing Of Women, serves on Chatham House’s 20th Century Committee and is a Member of the US Council on Foreign Relations.

The Head Hunter on this occasion will be:

Jonathan Swain, Senior partner at The McLean Partnership   
 

Jonathan joined The McLean Partnership as Senior Partner at the beginning of 2019 and leads its Board Practice with a strong focus on diversity. He can point to a far reaching career in executive recruitment and, prior to this, in senior leadership roles in complex organisations.  He has a strong track record of c- suite and non-executive and hires across both the public and commercial sectors as well as championing a diversity and inclusion agenda for senior appointments. His previous executive mandates include CEO, CFO and COO roles as well as successful non-executive appointment such as chair, NED, committee members and trustees for prominent organisations. Jonathan also acts as an advisor for organisations going through transformational change.

Date: 26th June 2019

Registration:  from 8.30am onwards
Time: 9.00am until 10.00am
Location: Peel Hunt, Moor House, 120 London Wall, London EC2Y 5ET
Refreshments: Coffee and pastries

 

With thanks to our host, Peel Hunt