Board committees - how many is too many?

Nikki Mandow
Tue, 30 Apr 2019

By Nikki Mandow May 1 (BusinessDesk) - NZX companies have more separate board committees than they used to and are increasingly paying directors extra fees for serving on them, according to a recent report. But companies need to make sure board committees aren’t making directors too inward-looking, diluting the focus on strategy and returns, one of the report’s authors says. The 2019 New Zealand Corporate Governance Trends and Insights report, produced by law firm Chapman Tripp, suggests paying extra committee fees used to be rare in N...

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