Constitution and committees
Our governance structure
Audit and Risk Committee
Monitors and reviews the CII’s financial statements, financial controls, audit function and risk framework and to make recommendations and escalate issues of concern to the CII Board.
Professional Standards Committee
Promotes and supports professionalism including competence and ethical behaviour across CII membership in order to engender public trust.
Nominations and Remuneration Committee
Its principle roles are to:
- Ensure that the processes to appoint Board and Committee members (including the Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer as members of the Board) are fair, open and transparent
- Recommend the remuneration policy to the Board for Board members (including Committee Chairs)
- Approve the individual remuneration packages for the Chief Executive and the Chief Operating Officer within the remuneration policy remit and budgets approved by the Board
Education and Learning Committee
Ensures the relevance, accessibility and quality of the CII’s learning and assessment products whilst maintaining processes which are transparent, fair to candidates and compliant with our regulators’ requirements.