NOTIFICATION FOR ELECTION AS DIRECTOR OF MIoD

Dear member,

 

As per the terms of the Constitution of the Mauritius Institute of Directors (‘MIoD’), all Directors, with the exception of the Chief Executive Officer, are due to retire at the forthcoming Annual Members Meeting on 24 September 2015 for which notice will be issued in due course.

 

Following an assessment carried out by the Nomination and Membership Committee and in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution of the MIoD, there is one (1) vacancy to be filled on the Board. Please refer to the paragraph below which provides more information on the Board of the MIoD and the 2015 Nomination Process.

 

The Nomination and Membership Committee has reviewed the skills, competences and experience required to enable the Board to function efficiently as well as the profile of the directors eligible for re-election. Their contribution to board and committee meetings were also considered. Details of current board members standing for re-election are provided below.

 

As regards to the above mentioned vacancy on the Board, the Committee has recommended that candidates with a good knowledge of corporate governance and strategic vision should be considered. Preference may be given to nominations from the insurance, IT, agriculture/cane industry, textile, tourism, commerce or banking and/or public sector.

 

Members of the MIOD are invited to submit nominations for appointment to the Board using the Nomination Form below.

 

The last date for receipt of nominations is 17 July 2015.

 

By order of the Board

 

Company Secretary

 

26 June 2015

 

Click here to download the Nomination Form

 

About the MIoD Board of Directors and the 2015 Nomination Process

 

The Constitution of the MIoD provides that:

1. the Board of the MIoD shall constitute of not less than five and not more than twelve Directors who, save for the Chief Executive Officer, shall be elected annually at the annual meeting of the Institute by ordinary resolution;

 

 2. no person shall be eligible for election as a Director, unless he is a Member which shall exclude Retired Members; and

 

 3. save for the Chief Executive Officer, every other Director shall be eligible for reappointment for a maximum of five consecutive years.

 

Pursuant to the review by the Nomination and Membership Committee, the Board has recommended that the following directors be considered for re-election at the annual meeting:

 

  1. Heba Capdevila Jangeerkhan
  2. Patricia Day-Hookoomsing
  3. Olivier Decotter
  4. Bryan Gujjalu
  5. Ravin Lama
  6. Ben Lim
  7. Jean Pierre Lim Kong
  8. Catherine McIlraith
  9. Tahen Kumar Servansingh
  10. Sidharth Sharma

 

The biographical details of the above mentioned Directors are available for consultation on the website of the MIoD (www.miod.mu).

 

The Board of the MIoD meets usually six times a year and directors are also expected to serve on the four committees of the MIoD each of which usually meets three to four times a year.

 

Kindly consult the website of the MIoD for more details on the said committees.

 

26 June 2015


                            

 

 

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