IMHO: Directors are already ahead of the curve on ESG
Casting a governance lens over the Companies Amendment Bill it is difficult to see much risk to directors.
Join Steven Moe MInstD in conversation with leading directors in Aotearoa New Zealand. In each episode, Steven and his guest discuss their governance journey, what motivates them and their vision for the future of governance.
Podcast guests include: Giselle McLachlan CFInstD, Peter Stevens CMInstD, Melanie Templeton MInstD, Kevin Jenkins CMInstD, Maxine Graham MInstD, Joe Hanita MInstD, Jana Rangooni CMInstD, Jonathan Mason CFInstD, Samantha Sharif CMInstD, Rachel Afeaki-Taumoepeau CMInstD, Ngahihi o te ra Bidois MInstD, Julia Chambers CMInstD , Chris Webber MInstD .
Steven and guests were all participants on the IoD's inaugural Advanced Directors Course. As part of the course, participants were asked "what would the title of your own book on governance be, and why?" Find out what Steven's guests said.
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Steven Moe MInstD is a partner at Parry Field Lawyers based in Christchurch and works in corporate law providing advice to companies, not-for-profits and social enterprises. He is on five boards and for one is chair - Community Finance which has raised $93 million for social housing. He is a member of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship, the XRB Advisory Panel and hosts Seeds - a podcast with 300+ long form conversations on governance, leadership and entrepreneurship. Steven is also a facilitator on the Company Directors Course.