Governance is rapidly evolving. What will the impacts be on directors’ roles and responsibilities in the future?
Join the Institute of Director’s webcast panel discussion 22 October, 2019. The panel will explore the thought paper Always on duty – the future board, which addresses key issues such as the future board operating model, shareholder engagement and the future of board committees.
Hear from panellists Alan Isaac, Margaret Devlin and facilitator Natasha Harvey.
Alan is a Chartered Fellow of the IoD and president of the IoD’s national council. Alan has considerable experience governing and leading businesses and sporting organisations. He was chair of KPMG NZ for 10 years until 2006 and past chair of Cricket NZ and past president of the International Cricket Council. Alan currently chairs the New Zealand Community Trust and McGrath Nicol. He is a director of Scales Corporation Limited, Skellerup Holdings Limited, Oceania Healthcare Limited, Isaac Advisory Services Ltd, New Zealand Vault Ltd, Murray Capital General Partner Ltd and the Wellington Free Ambulance.
Margaret is a Chartered Fellow of the IoD and a member of the Waikato Branch Committee. Margaret is Chair of Watercare, Lyttleton Port, Women in Infrastructure and Hospice Waikato. She is a director of Hamilton Airport, IT Partners, Aurora Networks and Met Services and a Ministerial Appointment to Councils of the University of Waikato and WINTEC.
Margaret has extensive governance experience with a particular focus on audit and risk, and is a passionate advocate of the value of diversity and inclusion.
Natasha is a Chartered Member of the IoD and a member of the Waikato Branch Committee. Natasha is a chartered accountant with a professional career spanning accounting and commercial finance across a variety of sectors. She is also actively involved in the not-for-profit sector and is currently chair for the Hamilton Multicultural Services Trust and director with Habitat for Humanity Greater Auckland. Natasha was a participant on the IoD Mentoring for Diversity programme in 2017.
Bella Takiari-Brame is a chartered accountant with over 16 years’ global experience in strategic financial roles, and is a member of the IoD. She is currently a member of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Council, an independent member of the Group Audit and Risk Committee of Waikato Tainui, a trustee of the Māniapoto Māori Trust Board, Māngai Māori representative for the finance committee of the Hamilton City Council and was previously a Member of Te Ohu Kai Moana Trustee Limited’s Audit and Risk Committee and a Director on Te Ohu’s Portfolio Management Services Limited.