Our governance arrangements are summarised on this page and you can read about them in our Corporate Governance Policy below:
Major decisions, including approval of the budget, strategic objectives and business plan are reserved to shareholders in General Meeting as set out in a Shareholder Agreement.
Certain decisions require approval from all (or a majority of) shareholders. There are two meetings each year of all shareholders and quarterly meetings of a Shareholder Committee representative of shareholders. The Committee considers all reserved matters, emerging issues and corporate and financial performance. In addition, there are two shareholder nominated directors who are Leaders of London Local Authorities and a Treasurer Observer (s151 officer) on the Board. Information about individual Board members can be found here.
The overall strategic direction, management and general policy of London CIV is vested in the Board, which is responsible for major decisions unless reserved to shareholders. The Executive Directors, led by the Chief Executive, are responsible for the day to-day management of the company and there is an Executive Committee which is attended by other senior managers in the firm. The Board Committees are an Investment and Customer Outcomes Committee (ICO); a Compliance, Audit, and Risk Committee (CARCO); and a Remuneration and Nomination Committee (RemNomCo) which includes the Chair of the Shareholder Committee amongst its membership. The Shareholder Committee is a consultative committee to the Board. You can read more about the work of the Board and Committee in the Annual Review.
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