PwC/IoD Channel Island Non-executive director survey 2015

Interested in participating in the new PwC/IoD Channel Island non-executive director survey?

The survey provides an unrivalled insight into the Channel Island Non-executive director ("NED") market practice and the challenges being faced in the boardroom. In addition to latest fee market practice, NEDs will receive information, not publicly available, to help understand the key aspects of the non-executive director role including:  

  • Impact of corporate governance on NED roles and responsibilities
  • Challenges and insights from NEDs
  • Measures to ensure board effectiveness
  • Competitiveness of fees

We've decided to run the survey in two parts this year.  We've included the link to Part 1 of the survey which will deal with fee levels and other compensation.  It should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

  • Part 2 of the survey will cover the following areas
  • Appointment process
  • Roles, responsibilities and time commitment
  • Board and committee
  • Training and development
  • Corporate governance best practice
  • Topical boardroom issues

We're aware that the majority of NEDs will hold more than one NED position.  This year we're asking you to provide information by "Significant Entity".  If you're are on a board of a Bank, Trust Company or listed fund then this would be classed as a "Significant Entity".  Within a PE structure, you may sit on two GP boards that are responsible for two Private Equity Funds.  This would be classified as 2 Significant Entities.  Hopefully you'll find the survey easy to follow and understand.  We anticipate that the change this year will give us more accurate data that we can feed back to you on.

I trust this survey will be of interest to you especially in the current environment.  If you're interested in participating, then please click here for the survey. 

If you are experiencing any problems when completing the survey, we can arrange for one our team to meet you and input your responses on your behalf, either face to face or over the phone.

If you've any queries on the survey, please don't hesitate to get in touch with Paul Silcock or Alex Burne.