Emily Redding

Emily Redding
Emily runs the Business Forum, leading our engagement with existing corporate donors. Day-to-day, this involves managing relationships with companies from a wide range of different sectors, including ensuring business needs are properly represented within the Business Forum, leading a programme of high-quality events and briefings, and actively account-managing Business Forum members.Emily has a breadth of private sector experience, including four years at KPMG, firstly in Corporation Tax and latterly in Government Advisory. A qualified Chartered Accountant, she read Law at the University of Bristol.

Related Publications

Board Rules: Improving corporate governance

Board Rules: Improving corporate governance, reveals that the solutions proposed and enacted by the government to drive up the standards of corporate governance among UK companies amount to little more than, “a damp squib”. The report recommends that investor representatives should be appointed to board nomination committees and that CEOs should be banned from such bodies.

Privatising the Banks: Creating a new generation of shareholders

Privatising the Banks examines four scenarios for the state to sell off RBS and Lloyds, arguing that the best approach will be a mass share distribution coupled with sales to retail and institutional investors. Under the mass share distribution, applying taxpayers will receive shares worth £1,100-£1,650 on a no upfront cost, no risk basis.

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The boardroom debate needs to move beyond gender

Emily Redding, Financial Policy Research Fellow at Policy Exchange, outlines the main arguments in her report, Board Rules: Improving Corporate Governance. Emily argues that the focus on making boards more gender representative has skewed the debate away from how we can get more people with a diversity of appropriate skills and experience onto boards.

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