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Mr Peter Swabey FCIS

Policy & Research Director
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Biography    
Peter was appointed Policy & Research Director of the ICSA in September 2013. Based in London, he is responsible for further developing the profile of the Institute to members, regulators, policymakers, employers and other stakeholders by delivering thought leadership and lobbying campaigns aligned to ICSA strategy, and by promoting strong governance as the vital ingredient for success in organisations.

Previously he spent almost thirty years in the share registration industry, with Lloyds Bank Registrars and subsequently Equiniti where he was Company Secretary and Industry Leadership Director; and also a Director of Equiniti David Venus, Equiniti’s Company Secretarial Services provider. Peter was responsible for the development and support of all the share registration and corporate governance services offered by Equiniti to clients and their shareholders, including engagement with market, government and regulatory contacts; representing registrar and issuer interests on industry bodies; and managing responses to formal and informal consultations.

Peter is a member of the ICSA Company Secretary’s Forum, the CBI Companies Committee, the QCA Corporate Governance Expert Group and the Shareholder Voting Working Group, as well as being an Alternate Member of the Takeover Panel and a past Chairman of the ICSA Registrars Group. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences and events with an industry-wide reputation as a technical expert on shareholder and corporate governance matters.

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