Corporate governance recognition for Tindall

  • Industry recognition: Susie Tindall, of Carey Olsen Services Bermuda Limited (Photograph supplied)

    Industry recognition: Susie Tindall, of Carey Olsen Services Bermuda Limited (Photograph supplied)

Carey Olsen’s Susie Tindall has become a Fellow of the Association of Corporate Governance Practitioners.

She is chief governance and operations officer at Carey Olsen Services Bermuda Ltd (Carey Olsen Services).

The Association of Corporate Governance Practitioners was founded in 2010, and is focused on supporting governance practitioners, governance consultants and board members who have a responsibility for corporate governance.

Ms Tindall said: “The recognition by my peers of my governance experience is of course gratifying, and I am proud to be able to put that experience to good use on behalf of our clients.

“This designation reinforces our philosophy at Carey Olsen Services that governance is more than just compliance. Yes, on a daily basis we provide advice and assistance to various boards of directors on all aspects of corporate governance, company secretarial and regulatory compliance matters affecting companies, directors, shareholders and other stakeholders.

“However, it is also fundamental to us that we promote the development of good governance principles and practice by investing in our team, making certain they understand that in order to govern an organisation well, you need to be able to do more than just ensure that you ‘stick to the rules’.”

Michael Frith, Carey Olsen Services’ managing director, said: “Susie’s designation as a Fellow shows that Carey Olsen and its professionals are at the forefront of promoting the highest governance standards. It demonstrates a commitment to applying those standards on behalf of our clients in practical scenarios, and that our professionals are recognised by their peers for the high standards that they promote.

“It also encourages the development of good governance principles and practice among the team as a whole, by investing in their education and support and ensuring they are provided with the necessary tools and resources required to develop a deeper understanding of corporate governance. This results in a superior service being provided to our clients.”

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Published Sep 30, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 29, 2020 at 11:47 am)

Corporate governance recognition for Tindall

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