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Chartered Events

The events below have been organised with Chartered Directors and their needs in mind – a mix of webinars, networking events, insights sessions and panels – to help you make the most out of your qualification and the combined knowledge of the Chartered Director community.


Chartered Director Lunchtime Webinar | Thursday 5 April

The IoD's Head of Corporate Governance Roger Barker will be sharing his insights into the top trends in corporate governance in 2018. The webinar is open to Chartered Directors, as well as Certificate and Diploma in Company Direction holders.

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Chartered Director Insights Sessions: Risk Governance | Wednesday 18 April

Dr Eelco Fiole CDir will be leading this insights session in the wine bar annexe at 116 Pall Mall, covering key topics in investment governance and how to avoid the risks and pitfalls that can affect a business's performance. Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance

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Navigating Brexit - Unpicking Data Flows for Business | Wednesday 25 April

This event follows the IoD's recently published reports into Brexit, authored by Allie Renison, Head of Europe and Trade Policy at the IoD, and will focus on how data flows will feature in negotiations between the UK and EU and what kind of regulatory regime could emerge for businesses and organisations managing personal data in the UK after Brexit.

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IoD Members Evening | Wednesday 23 May

Whether you've been a Chartered Director for two weeks or ten years, join us at 116 Pall Mall at an upcoming Members Evening to meet others who share the same passion for CPD and business. Discuss the benefits of Chartered Director with those thinking of taking the qualification, and forge meaningful connections face-to-face.

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Chartered Director Lunchtime Webinar | Thursday 24 May

Chartered Director Neil Britten will use real-life examples of organisational failures - from BP to South Pole expeditions - to shed new light on the steps companies can take to learn from past corporate failings. The webinar is open to Chartered Directors, as well as Certificate and Diploma in Company Direction holders.

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