NACD BoardVision Episodes
Topic: Strategy & Risk
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One of the key factors that sets companies with the highest performance on cyber risk management apart from the rest is a board that is deeply engaged in dialogue with management on cyber risk issues. NACD Director of Strategic Content Development Robyn Bew sits down with Scott Laliberte, a managing director with Protiviti, to discuss how best to ensure your board is properly engaged.
Leading directors should place the demands and expectations of shareholders top of mind as the proxy season approaches. Chuck Callan, SVP of Regulatory Affairs at Broadridge Financial Solutions, and Greg Lau, managing director of RSR Partners, discuss say on pay, retail investor engagement, and what to anticipate from evolving regulatory and activist investor landscapes in 2016.
On this edition of NACD BoardVision Christopher Y. Clark, Publisher of NACD Directorship Magazine and Richard J. Daly, CEO of Broadridge Financial Solution, Inc. discuss how technology is opening new doors for effective shareholder communication.
Technology and other disruptive forces are changing the face of business today. In this special NACD Directorship 2020® episode of NACD BoardVision, Henry Stoever, Chief Marketing Officer at NACD and Mary Ann Cloyd, Leader of PwC's Center for Board Governance, discuss how to become the disruptor instead of the disrupted.
Cindy Fornelli, executive director at the Center for Audit Quality, and Daniel L. Goelzer, partner at Baker & McKenzie LLP and former PCAOB chair, discuss how audit committees can effectively work with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) to improve audit quality and strengthen investor relations.
In a fast-paced business environment characterized by disorder and disruption, managing global risk is no small task for boards. Admiral Gary Roughead and Mary Ann Cloyd, leader of PwC’s Center for Board Governance, discuss leading practices for how directors can get the information they need to provide sound leadership for international enterprises.
A strong C-suite and board are necessary in order to cultivate growth in private markets. Christopher Y. Clark, Publisher of NACD Directorship magazine starts the conversation with Sal Melilli, Leader, Private Markets Group, Metro New York for KPMG and Pat LaVecchia, Managing Partner at the LaVecchia Group in this edition of BoardVision.
High-growth companies will undoubtedly face hurdles as they try to keep pace with increased demand for their goods or services. In this edition of NACD BoardVision, strategies for how high-growth companies can proactively address these obstacles is the subject of a conversation between two experts from FTI Consulting—Elliot A. Fuhr, senior managing director and practice leader for the Office of the CFO group, and Ryan Toohey, managing director of Strategic Communications—and Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine.
Is your board taking the necessary precautions to mitigate emerging risks from cybersecurity to global currency risk? Dennis T. Whalen, partner in charge and executive director of KPMG’s audit committee institute, and Douglas L. Maine, limited partner at Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., suggest tools and practices directors can use to navigate today’s volatile business environment.
Dennis T. Whalen, partner in charge and executive director of KPMG’s audit committee institute, and DJ Peterson, president of Longview Global Advisors, advise on how boards can navigate the pitfalls of operating in foreign markets.
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