ExCo Forum: A spotlight on ExCo targets and the Parker review


Central London

Join us and your fellow ExCo Sponsor peers at our upcoming meeting, the ExCo Sponsor Forum is a space for members to connect, learn and share best practice with their colleagues in the pursuit of achieving race equity in business leadership.

We have an excellent group of speakers to share insights on four areas of commercial interest:

  • The latest data and insights regarding investor sentiment on both sides of the Atlantic with respect to ESG and DEI matters as evidenced in this year’s AGM/Proxy season.
  • The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on workforce planning and how it is revolutionising the way HR professionals operate, particularly in the context of DEI.
  • How companies are dealing with the practical challenges of setting, achieving and reporting performance against your Change the Race Ratio and Parker Review targets for senior management. The Parker Review recommendations are summarized below.
  • Pragmatic and actionable advice from a legal and compliance perspective on how organisations can continue to implement DEI policies while taking into account the responses and expectations of key stakeholders including the board, employees, regulators and investors.

We are delighted to be joined by the following industry leaders:

  • Justine Campbell, GC and Company Secretary at National Grid and a member of the Executive Committee of the GC100, an association of FTSE 100 GCs and company secretaries.
  • Soumen Das, Vice Chair of the Parker Review and CFO of SEGRO plc, the largest UK and European Real Estate Investment Trust and a constituent of the FTSE 100.
  • Lindsey Stewart, Director of Investment Stewardship Research at Morningstar, which provides an array of investment research and investment management services globally.
  • Ray'n Terry, Director of ESG and Human Resources, StepStone Group, one of the world's leading owners of job platforms with 20 brands and businesses across more than 30 countries

With many thanks to the 30% Club and The Network of Networks (TNON) for their collaboration in arranging this breakfast roundtable.


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