Corporate Governance Peer Networks
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A

  1. Asia-Pacific Chief Legal Officers' Council

    Asia

    The Asia-Pacific Council of Chief Legal Officers provides invaluable opportunities for senior General Counsels in the Asia-Pacific region to exchange experiences, access relevant research and expertise, and gain insights into new initiatives.

C

  1. Chief Intellectual Property Officers Council

    United States

    The Chief IP Attorneys Council provides a confidential environment where a select group of chief and senior IP attorneys come together to openly discuss both legal and business issues related to IP protection and management.

  2. Chief Legal Officers Council

    United States

    Executives engage in strategic discussions on high level challenges currently facing general counsels. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities afforded at the private peer meetings.

  3. Chief Legal Officers Council II

    United States

    The Chief Legal Officers Council II provides a safe and confidential environment for CLOs and General Counsel of organizations with revenues under $1B to share best practices for navigating today's dynamic business environment while earning CLE credits.

  4. Chief Privacy Officers Council

    United States

    This Council is uniquely designed for heads of privacy. Confidential meetings allow members to share and collaborate in a trusted setting. Agendas are member-driven ensuring timeliness and relevancy.

  5. Compliance and Ethics Council

    Europe

    Executives in Europe focus on how to respond to European and international compliance rules and regulations.

  6. Corporate Governance Council

    Europe

    Discusses the dramatic changes that are affecting boards of directors in Europe and how they might best respond to these changes in order to drive business forward and meet the needs of their investors and stakeholders.

E

  1. Emerging Markets Corporate Compliance and Ethics Council

    Asia

    This council provides invaluable opportunities for senior compliance and ethics executives in Asia-Pacific and Emerging Markets to exchange experiences, access relevant research and expertise.

G

  1. Global Business Conduct Council

    Asia

    Senior executives responsible for shaping global ethics and compliance programs discuss current issues and challenges facing corporations globally. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

  2. Global Investor Relations Executives Council

    Asia

    Senior investor relations officers of large-capitalization companies in both Europe and the United States share best practices in a confidential and member-driven forum. Members value the intimate and candid conversations that develop in the meetings.

  3. Government Relations Executives Council

    United States

    The Government Relations Executives Council helps senior executives achieve their primary goals by providing them with the tools and information needed to shape public policy. The council will not be a lobbying or advocacy entity.

L

  1. Labor & Employment Law Council

    United States

    Lawyers advising corporate clients on labor and employment issues practice in a rapidly-changing environment, where human resources managers face an intensifying stream of new challenges.

  2. Legal Council

    Europe

    Updates on EU competition law developments, building a European legal team, controlling outside costs, and the interface between legal and global management are principle items on this council's agenda.

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  1. Senior International Attorneys Council

    United States

    This Council allows executives to discuss the unique legal issues that arise as companies conduct business globally. Members meet privately and value the strategic idea exchange and relationships that develop during the small and intimate meetings.

  2. Strategic Risk Management Council

    Europe

    The European Strategic Risk Management Council is designed for senior executives with the responsibility for assessing and implementing risk management programmes in their organisations.