Congressional Gridlock Expected to Persist into Q3 (July 20, 2019)

Congressional Gridlock Expected to Persist into Q3 (July 20, 2019)

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Congressional Gridlock Expected to Persist into Q3 (July 20, 2019)

This year’s second quarter saw a slew of legislative developments in issues ranging from international trade, cybersecurity, and board diversity, among others. Despite an active congressional calendar, gridlock and political posturing remained steady. To navigate through this uncertainty, corporate leaders can turn to the newly released NACD Washington Review Q2 2019—an overview of the latest regulatory and legislative developments likely to affect board governance and company strategy that directors and senior executives  should keep top-of-mind as they prepare for the latter half of 2019:

NACD Resources: Download the NACD Washington Review Q2 2019 for additional information on the quarter’s legislative and regulatory developments. You may also access previous reports on Q1 2019, Q4 2018, and Q3 2018. Additionally, the 2019 Governance Outlook: Projections on Emerging Board Matters is a collection of topical briefs that focus on important business and governance issues likely to require board focus throughout the year. Lastly, NACD’s Corporate Governance Standards Resource Center is a compendium of NACD resources that will enhance the board’s understanding of state, federal, and stock-exchange expectations around fiduciary duties.