Because we are governed by a Royal Charter, and registered as a charity in England and Wales, and in Scotland, we have to do things in a certain way. We are managed by a Board of Trustees, informed by various governance committees, who help to ensure that we do things properly.
Our Board of Trustees is legally responsible for the management of the Institute.
Our chief executive Chris Blythe, together with six directors, forms our board of management.
The CIOB was granted a Royal Charter in 1980.
Our three operational boards, which report to the Resources Committe
Our four Governance Committees advise the Board of Trustees.
What does being on a Hub Committee entail?