Corporate Counsel: High-profile but low-key - has GC100 lived up to its promise?
It has been nearly three years since Barclays general counsel Mark Harding (pictured) was elected as the first chair of what was then the UK's newest in-house group, the GC100, a top-level professional association comprising the legal chiefs of the UK's largest listed companies.Having launched with much fanfare, the body has certainly done a lot to raise the already significant profile of its key members. But how successful has it been at achieving its other, more ambitious, primary objectives of providing input on legislative reform affecting business and sharing best practice?
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