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28 October, 2009 | (01 hr)

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Boards are asking for expanded guidance on meeting their oversight responsibilities in times of increasing scrutiny by regulators, shareholders and the public. Board members and senior management are looking for pragmatic ways to work together to improve performance in areas such as strategic oversight, risk, executive compensation, internal investigations of ethical and compliance issues, unsolicited takeovers and succession planning. Using up-to-date information from the latest edition of The Conference Board Corporate Governance Handbook, this webcast offers a concise summary of the key areas boards need to address to meet rapidly evolving expectations.



Maureen Errity

Maureen Errity
Deloitte LLP

Maureen P. Errity, director with Deloitte LLP, played a significant role in the establishment of the Center for Corporate Governance in June 2004 and now leads the Center’s operations, which include activities such as research and thought leadership, advising client service teams regarding ...Full Bio

Holly Gregory

Holly Gregory
Sidley Austin LLP

Holly J. Gregory is a partner in Sidley Austin’s New York office, and is co-global coordinator of the firm’s Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation group. Holly counsels clients on the full range of governance issues, including fiduciary duties, risk oversight, conflicts of i...Full Bio

Jane Whitt Sellers

Jane Whitt Sellers

Ms. Sellers works with public and private companies on corporate finance matters, securities compliance, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance. She represents issuers in a wide range of financing transactions including syndicated loan agreements and public and private offerings (inclu...Full Bio

Paul DeNicola

Paul DeNicola (Moderator)
PwC's Governance Insights Center

Paul DeNicola is a principal in PwC’s Governance Insights Center, which strives to strengthen the connection between directors, executive teams and investors by helping them navigate the evolving governance landscape.

With more than 15 years of corporate governance experience, Paul ...Full Bio

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