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Location: London, England
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With the backdrop of the pandemic, it is perhaps unsurprising that the theme for this year for International Women’s Day is #choosetochallenge. My personal pledge is to raise awareness of the importance and progress being made around gender diversity at a board level. The aim of my pledge was to help to advance two important topics. Firstly, to improve levels of gender equality and inclusivity. And, secondly, to raise awareness around the positive impact that diversity and inclusion can have on the effectiveness of boards and improved levels of corporate governance overall.
Shelley Doorey-Williams is a Partner in the award-winning Wealth Management & Private Banking Practice at global consulting firm Sionic. Shelley is a Chartered governance professional with 28 years’ multi-industry experience in business management and corporate governance. She has spent the majority of her career in financial services, leading teams of client relationship managers, formulating and implementing product strategies, managing regulatory change initiatives and leading an international Wealth Planning business. Shelley holds an MBA from Cass Business School, is deputy Chair of Governors of The London Institute of Banking and Finance, and a committed advocate and published author on gender diversity
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Assisting a bank to modernise their governance framework
Sionic helped a global banking organisation with an overseas parent, UK and offshore operations to modernise their governance framework. We analysed their current governance framework and assessed additional independent findings; reviewed the Articles of Association; tested the governance framework and recommended remedial actions. We then delivered a suite of new constitutional documents which not only resolved the identified gaps but also improved both transparency and accountability, conducting Board effectiveness reviews across various legal entities. As a result, our client gained a strengthened governance framework and a sharpened, lasting understanding of best practice.