Good governance requires boards to prioritise stakeholder relationships and long term-investment, says Lord Ian Livingston.
How can governance be traced across corporate, government and institutional investor perspectives? Why is it critical that the success of a corporate benefit not just its shareholders but also its employees? And how can markets reconcile short-term and long-term pressures? Listen to Lord Ian Livingston, Chairman of Man Group, who draws from his experiences as former CEO of BT Group and UK Minister of Trade and Investment on the nature of short termism and long termism, and why good governance is fundamental for any enterprise.
Recording date: 20 August 2018
Lord Ian Livingston
Lord Ian Livingston is the former chairman of Man Group. He has over two decades of board level FTSE 100 experience, most recently as CEO of BT Group plc where he also served as CEO of BT Retail and as Group CFO. Prior to joining BT, he was CFO of Dixons Group plc. Lord Ian Livingston is a serving member of the House of Lords. From 2013 to 2015, he was Minister of State for Trade and Investment.