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Objective of the meeting: to canvass Sir Ron's view of the ground the Committee might cover.
Bow Group paper contains recommendations on non-executive directors, remuneration committees, audit committees, separation of roles, training for directors and their contracts, reporting auditing and memo from Sir Adrian Cadbury.
Mainly focuses on remuneration of top directors. Includes a short paper making proposals to arrest corporate greed.
Notes refer to role and responsibilities of non-executive directors of larger publicly quoted companies.
Letter accompanies draft guidelines and survey of remuneration committees will follow in hard copy.
Letter concentrates on various committees within a company and a responsible attitude being adopted by institutional shareholders.
Letter mentions the number of non-executive director posts held and the roles of non-executive directors.
Letter gives his view on roles and responsibilites of non-executive directors including remuneration committees.
Includes a draft work programme and an update of the draft Accounting Practices Board discussion draft.
Comments that serious problems shareholders face, on remuneration committees and the Caparo case. Includes memo from Nigel Peace.
Comments on the separation of roles, non-executive directors , internal control systems, audit and remuneration committees and various aspects of auditing.
Welcomes the code and comments with concerns about possible two-tier board and time-limited contracts for non-executives.
Extract outlines the role of non-executive directors and committees within the board of directors.
Peace gives pointers concerning points raised: audit and remuneration committees and application of the Code to smaller companies.
Letters to and from Alan Diamond, including photocopies of those published in The Times and comments. Includes three unattributable pages entitled The counter proposals to arrest corporate greed, and handwritten notes presumably based on a meeting after 6 June 1991.