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The regenerative and purpose-driven corporate structures are reflected in your organisational by-laws, agreements and policies through your unique principles and values, which then drive a desirable behaviour.

We use self-governance terms, divide responsibilities between the executives, senior management and boards/committees or design smart contracts, blockchain, voting mechanism or profit-sharing rules to be able to reward, engage and impact all stakeholders. 

The key responsibilities rest on the shoulders of directors.

Clients and Clients’ Insights

We advised:

  • a UK holding company on the creation of their ESG policies and related governance, ownership and profit-sharing structures.
  • a UK companies on CIC (a community interest company) formation, restructuring and the formation of regenerative, purpose driven membership criteria.
  • companies on the formation and integration of sustainability-driven and strategic advisory boards.
  • companies and financial institutions on appropriate methods of designing general and industry specific KPIs, corporate governance organisational policies and procedures, remuneration codes and policies for board-level executives and senior management.
  • UK companies on their shareholders and stakeholders’ agreements and board and advisory engagements.
  • shareholders and individual directors on their directors and fiduciary duties, disputes, mediation, reconciliation and settlements.
  • UK companies on their EIS schemes, EIS eligible investment agreements and investments schemes.
  • a Dutch non-for-profit organisation on its post-growth capital initiative and training programme.
  • an international company on its supply chain legal compliance requirements,  the non-financial reporting materiality assessments and a creation of future business strategy.
  • an international corporate in the roll-out of a cultural values, human rights and equalities questionnaire and the updating of its framework.
  • a corporate on disciplinary investigations, processes and subsequent settlement of claims.
  • several individual claimants in their investigations and related processes.
  • founders on their corporate exit strategies.
  • a global investor on the board diversity requirements in several jurisdiction of its portfolio companies.
  • a private fund in designing a framework for the integration of sustainability focused ESG policies and processes throughout its investment business and operations.
  • multiple clients on the implementation of reporting and due diligence to map out their supply chain requests, adopt voluntary or mandatory responsible business frameworks and an adequate compliance (grievance focused) set up.
  • a company on their business strategies, corporate restructuring and the implementation of ESG and impact driven metrics.
Additional Resources

For some further guidance as applicable to companies and/or investment management firms see in particular: 

UK Stewardship Code 2012the UK Corporate Governance Code 2018,  Companies Act 2006 – Section 172 (in connection with  The Better Business Act), The Investment Association Good StewardshipInvestment Corporate Governance | The Investment Association,  the British Standards Institution (BSI)’s Purpose Driven Organisations Guidance which outlines key worldviews, values, principles, behaviours of purpose driven organisations, Tools and Assessments – Barrett Values Centre, or  the Eight Principles of a Regenerative Economy.

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