NACD - National Association of Corporate Directors

The Next Generation of Risk

September 12, 2017 | New York, NY

Event Detail

How can your board effectively manage risk in an increasingly dynamic environment? Join corporate risk experts and your distinguished public company director peers for a Socratic-style discussion on the implications of emerging risks and learn how to prioritize the greatest risks in the context of your organization’s strategy. Specific discussion topics will include the following:  

  • Geopolitical volatility
  • New or dismantled regulations
  • New, disruptive technology
  • How Social Media is still the Wild West

This course is designed for those directors who sit on public company boards. Register today. Space is limited.

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Agenda

11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

Speakers

Peter Bible

Peter Bible

Chief Risk Officer, EisnerAmper LLP

Peter Bible is EisnerAmper’s chief risk officer and is responsible for risk management, SEC services, strategic thought leadership, regulatory relations, and inspection groups. He works closely with the Professional Practice Group to assure compliance with the Audit and Assurance Practice’s quality control policies. Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Bible served as chief accounting officer for General Motors Corp. He previously served on the SEC Regulations Committee of the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) and is presently a member of the CAQ’s Professional Practice Executive Committee. Bible has chaired the Task Force on Business Combinations for Financial Executives International and served as a member of the Joint International Group of the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board. Bible is a frequent presenter and is often quoted in the media on various accounting and business topics.

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Peter Bible is EisnerAmper’s chief risk officer and is responsible for risk management, SEC services, strategic thought leadership, regulatory relations, and inspection groups. He works closely with the Professional Practice Group to assure compliance with the Audit and Assurance Practice’s quality control policies. Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Bible served as chief accounting officer for General Motors Corp. He previously served on the SEC Regulations Committee of the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ) and is presently a member of the CAQ’s Professional Practice Executive Committee. Bible has chaired the Task Force on Business Combinations for Financial Executives International and served as a member of the Joint International Group of the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the International Accounting Standards Board. Bible is a frequent presenter and is often quoted in the media on various accounting and business topics.
Steven Kreit

Steven Kreit

Audit Partner, EisnerAmper LLP

Steven Kreit is an audit partner with EisnerAmper LLP and the partner in charge of the firm’s New York Commercial Audit and Assurance practice, as well as of EisnerAmper’s Life Sciences and Technology groups in New York. Prior to joining the firm, he was with a Big Four accounting firm. He serves on the board and executive committee of a nonprofit entity, currently holding the role of treasurer. Kreit spearheads EisnerAmper’s annual research report, Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards, which is broadly acknowledged by major media and financial outlets, as well as by organizations focused on the issues of risk and reputation. His analysis of accounting- and risk-related topics is regularly quoted in professional publications, and he is a sought-after speaker at life sciences and technology conferences.

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Steven Kreit is an audit partner with EisnerAmper LLP and the partner in charge of the firm’s New York Commercial Audit and Assurance practice, as well as of EisnerAmper’s Life Sciences and Technology groups in New York. Prior to joining the firm, he was with a Big Four accounting firm. He serves on the board and executive committee of a nonprofit entity, currently holding the role of treasurer. Kreit spearheads EisnerAmper’s annual research report, Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards, which is broadly acknowledged by major media and financial outlets, as well as by organizations focused on the issues of risk and reputation. His analysis of accounting- and risk-related topics is regularly quoted in professional publications, and he is a sought-after speaker at life sciences and technology conferences.

Venue

The University Club
1 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

Accreditation

NACD Fellowship® Credits: 3 Collaborative

3 Skill Credits

This program offers Fellowship Credits for NACD members working toward attaining or maintaining NACD Fellowship—The Gold Standard Director Credential®.

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Contact

Register by phone: 202-775-0509

Register by e-mail: Invitation@NACDonline.org