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"This Week in the Boardroom" is a weekly on-demand webcast program designed to educate board members and C-suite executives on topics/issues that impact their operational and strategic decisions. The program is hosted by NYSE Governance Services, in conjunction with NYSE, knowledge partner The Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), and contributing partners NIRI and the Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals.
In a world where political and regulatory changes are rapidly affecting directors’ responsibilities, each program provides the ability for directors to receive succinct weekly briefings and advice necessary to make critical decisions benefiting company performance and shareholder value.
New Governance Movement - Investor to Investor Engagement (i2i)
Laura Finn sits down with Stephen Davis, Associate Director and Senior Fellow, Harvard Law School Program on Corporate Governance, to explore how the i2i movement is gaining momentum in 2015.
The Inside Compliance video series provides legal and GRC professionals with timely insights on relevant industry and regulatory developments. As the expert in implementing measurable and effective ethics and compliance training and communication programs, NYSE Governance Services offers program management tools and materials that help reduce risk exposure and protect organizations from potential ethics and compliance failures.
April 15, 2015Corporate Compliance, The Road Ahead with Ted Banks, Partner with Scharf Banks Marmor
This episode of Inside Compliance features a dialogue between Ted Banks, Partner at Scharf Banks Marmor LLC, and Eric Morehead. Ted and Eric talk about the ethics and compliance industry’s growing influence, and Ted refutes the perception that associates compliance with policing. He explains that compliance is actually a way to help an organization conduct business the right way – the first time.
The Board Governance Series (BGS) features industry experts weighing in on timely governance topics from compensation and succession planning to cyber risks and technology. The 6-10 minute videos deal with every facet of a director's fiduciary board duties.
Looking at Executive Compensation Through Activist Lenses
There are five key areas that activists consider when examining executive compensation plans. Gerard Leider, partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, explains each of the five areas and what compensation committee members should consider as they work to design a pay package that management and shareholders alike will approve.
Hosted by NYSE Governance Services and The Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals, Governance Minutes focuses on key governance issues relevant to board oversight responsibilities.
How Has Corporate Governance Changed the Role of Secretaries and Boards?
Anthony Horan, Secretary, JP Morgan Chase & Co talks with TK Kerstetter and Ken Bertsch.
Featured webcasts include insights from leading governance practitioners on issues top of mind for directors today.
What Directors Think 2015
NYSE Governance Services undertook its annual research of board members with Spencer Stuart to discover what worries directors, what their top priorities are, and what they’re looking for in new director colleagues. Julie Daum, North America Board Practice Leader, Spencer Stuart, delves into the research results.