Appointing Mark as a NED ensures that you’ll access Mark’s expertise, including legal, governance and regulatory knowledge. A skilled NED, Mark will ensure that he brings a global perspective to take an objective view of business issues and explore possibilities for growth. Mark also regularly provides counsel on matters of concern to a Chair or CEO, whether during or outside of the Board and sub-committee meetings.
Once appointed as a NED of your organisation, Mark also becomes an ambassador for your brand, championing your mission and helping you to achieve your organisational objectives. With connections around the globe, Mark can introduce you to relevant contacts to expand your network and gain invaluable advice.
Help with strategic direction
As an NED, Mark can help to drive the strategic direction of an organisation. Mark is a highly-skilled, impartial, analyst and will help you to monitor the performance of your organisation and executive management. To ensure that your organisation is in the strongest position, Mark can also assist with de-risking strategies.
Discover new perspectives
One role of a NED is to bring a fresh perspective and look at the bigger picture, rather than the day-to-day issues. Mark is a renowned problem solver and uses his years of experience to find the best route forward for organisations.
If you’d like to find out more about what Mark could bring to your organisation as a Non-Executive Director role, please get in touch.
Perhaps the last important piece put into place, administratively, during these early years occurred in 2008 with the naming of Mark Beer as the judiciary’s full-time, Dubai-based Registrar. In many ways Beer’s appointment helped further elevate the global presence, power and prestige of the DIFC Courts. Over the years, Beer’s reputation within the legal and business community has been stellar. He is thought of as brilliant, honest, charismatic, and eloquent, and someone who is seen as having boundless, optimistic energy."
Professor Jayanth Krishnan, Milt and Judi Stewart Professor of Law; Director, Milt and Judi Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University in his book ‘The story of the Dubai International Financial Centre Courts’