20 items listed, ordered by date.
Gina's letter comments on a Submission to the Commons select committee on employment and Maurice Gillbrand's proposal for a Shareholders' Advisory Committee. It also refers to an Evening Standard article which requires action.
Letter apologises and clarifies meaning before finalising content of book being compiled by London Guidlhall University.
Handwritten notes, headed Corporate Governance Seminar Solihull, for first four pages, with the remainder seeming to be part of a speech given on 16 Sep 1993.
Contains arrangements for AC to speak at PIRC conference and guidance on 'independence ' of directors and its relationship with compliance with the Code.
Mentions arrangements for OECD, and query about independence of directors.
Meeting concerns the need for a successor committee, who will sponsor it, including dealing with remit, membership and financing.
Includes PIRC's request for the Committee to define 'independence' of non-executive directors. A paper about the publication of the monitoring report is also included.
Mentions a request for Sir Adrian Cadbury to speak in Liverpool, articles appearing in the FT on 27 February 1995, and meeting with DTI on 7 March.
Notes the percentage spent on salaries, public relations, research and other requirements.
Letter apologises for a comment about the Cadbury proposals and makes a suggestion for the future.
Topics covered include: successor body, independence of directors and the draft report on monitoring.
Letter indicates PIRC is amending wording in its documents with respect to director independence and also advising on actions re executive remuneration policy.
The document gives answers to expected questions ranging from Stock Exchange listing rules, Greenbury committee, successor body, research, compliance with the code of best practice, non-executive directors.
Letter comments on PIRC's concern about re-election of non-executive directors.
Minutes of a meeting held to resolve apparent confusion about the Stock Exchange listing rules and the Code of Best Practice. The press line is to target specific areas of compliance rather than a blanket approach.
Reports the meeting at the Stock Exchange with Michael Lawrence and John Kemp Welch.
Includes an outline proposal for a Chartered College of Directors.
Sir Adrian's views are sought on proposed regulation to protect whistleblowers.
Letter discusses prosposed amendments to the Stock Exchange listing rules and its aim to establish itself as an effective regulator.
Also included are some responses to a questionnaire seeking opinions on topics for review.