Saunderson House announces new partnership with NED network

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9 April 2014


Saunderson House becomes a technical partner to the Winmark NED Network, a networking organisation for plc Non-Executive Directors.

NED Network members hail from a wide variety of sectors, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge from various backgrounds. The NED network is about enabling Non-Executive Directors to perform to the highest possible level.  The network brings together around 150 NEDs, representing 450 plc or equivalent organisations, once a month to discuss the issues facing NEDs and provides the opportunity to hear other members’ concerns, challenges and solutions.

Tony Overy, Managing Director of Saunderson House commented: “There is a need for increased high quality, long term advice for NEDS, and we are delighted to be at the heart of such discussions, sharing our experiences and ideas. The Winmark NED network provides an ideal platform whereby NEDs are able to get together and share knowledge in a trusted environment. We look forward to providing our technical expertise to the network and building strong relationships with the members.”



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