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IoD March 2020 Breakfast, sponsored by Butterfield

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How Can Businesses in Government be Commercially Operated?

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The Institute of Directors (IoD) March seminar, sponsored by Butterfield, will discuss the role and vision of the States Trading Supervisory Board (STSB) from a business person’s perspective.

Towards the end of 2016, a radical change to the oversight of government-owned businesses was implemented when the new STSB was fully established.

Ten government-owned incorporated and unincorporated businesses were repositioned from their historical political committees to the STSB, acting as a ‘group oversight board.’

Stuart Falla MBE and John Hollis were appointed as Non-States Members and at this event will share their views on the constructive tension that exists when operating commercial enterprises within the constraints imposed by public ownership.

Both speakers will discuss the common suggestion that ‘government would perform so much better if it operated more like a business’.

The STSB businesses impact on all aspects of island life: Guernsey Electricity Limited, Guernsey Post Limited, Aurigny Air Services Limited, JamesCo 750 Limited (fuel supply tanker ships), Guernsey Ports, Guernsey Dairy, Guernsey Water, States Works, Guernsey Waste, and the Channel Islands Lottery.

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Date: Friday 27 March 2020

Venue: The Colborne Room, OGH

Time: 7.45am

Ticket price includes a buffet breakfast

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