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ECGI Executive Fellows

Executive Fellows help ECGI to promote its relevance to the practitioner and policymaker communities and thereby advance the evidence-based practice of corporate governance. 

The role of Executive Fellow is of great importance to the activities of ECGI and its mission which is to provide an effective interface between academics working in the field of corporate governance and practitioners, policymakers and thought leaders by facilitating communication and a continuous dialogue between these constituencies. The role is designed for an experienced and respected senior practitioner a with strong track record in corporate governance. Through its activities ECGI promotes the development of new insights through research that extends the boundaries of our understanding of how corporate governance contributes to the flourishing of business, economies and societies. 


In 2021, ECGI appointed its inaugural Executive Fellow, with great success. The result was the introduction of a new video interview series, several expertly moderated events and panels, and broader engagement on social media. Constrained only by resourcing, it is envisaged to have a maximum of three Executive Fellows at any time. Candidates are welcome to express interest in the role by email to:

Tom Gosling

Dr. Tom Gosling has 20+ years of experience as a board adviser and is a leading independent authority on corporate governance and responsible business. Most recently he was a senior Partner at PwC where he established and led the firm’s executive pay practice, advising FTSE-100 and equivalent private and European companies on corporate governance and executive pay including ABB, Barclays, BHP, BP, Flutter, GSK, Kerring, Old Mutual, RBS (NatWest), RSA, Standard Chartered, Tesco, and Unilever.

ECGI Conversation Series

Watch the latest interviews by Tom Gosling with ECGI researchers discussing their work from the ECGI Working Paper Series.

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