It also includes a weekly intelligence briefing and a resource hub with information that board directors receive from other publishers, professional advisory firms, industry bodies, and regulators, including Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG and PwC.
This new service provides the latest news, analysis and insight on key topics impacting corporate boards, including governance, strategy, risk, ESG, technology, diversity and inclusion and corporate culture. It also offers members an authoritative space to discover, debate and exchange ideas on a range of board matters at virtual events, peer-to-peer exchanges and in-person networking, says the FT.
Patrick Jenkins, deputy editor at Financial Times, said: “FT Board Director is an exclusive members-only community that will equip boardroom leaders to drive their businesses forward. We brief on important developments and connect you across the spectrum of business, helping them tackle problems with common roots and transferable lessons.”
Michael Hepburn, managing director at FT Forums, said: “This new community will provide board directors with a safe space to share their dilemmas and challenges and offers anyone working in and associated with boards essential intelligence on the latest news, reports and issues affecting corporate boards through regular events and a weekly intelligence briefing.”
FT Board Director offers flexible membership packages and an option to add Premium access to FT.com for non-subscribers.
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