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Introducing FT Board Director
A new community for board members that offers the latest intelligence for corporate boards, virtual events and practical peer-to-peer knowledge exchange.
The Financial Times is launching Board Director, an exclusive community to ensure that boardroom leaders are fully equipped to drive their businesses forward. We are offering a free trial to all the board directors in your business so that we can capture feedback and insight to help develop this new community.
As a member you will benefit from:
- Unique intelligence: Weekly email briefings that cover all the latest developments, news, resources and regulations for corporate boards
- Expert insight: Regular virtual events where world-class speakers discuss the future challenges and opportunities facing board members
- Peer-to-peer knowledge share: ‘Chatham House style’ virtual discussions where members share experience, expertise and solutions on a range of boardroom issues
- Thought leadership platform: Opportunities for members to exchange latest thinking on trends and debates affecting business and corporate governance
Enjoy a complimentary trial to Board Director and get the latest news, trends and debates affecting corporate boards. You will also have access to an authoritative space to share practical knowledge and expertise, and a network to meet new collaborators, suppliers, clients and/or advisers.
We are offering this exclusive trial for the period of May and June so don't miss out, sign up now!
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A WEEKLY EMAIL BRIEFING, CURATED BY PATRICK JENKINS
You will receive a weekly email briefing that covers all the latest news, developments, regulations and resources for corporate boards - covering topics such as strategy, risk, remuneration, ESG, Diversity and Inclusion.
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