The Stanford-Rotman Corporate Governance Day: Major Challenges in Today's Boardrooms is an executive education program for directors and senior executives of US and Canadian companies that include hot topics and best practices relevant to both US and Canadian board directors.
The program brings together leading Stanford and Rotman faculty, CEOs, directors, regulators, jurists and scholars for a rigorous and balanced examination of corporate governance in the US and Canada. Topics for the 2016 program include Shifts in Shareholder Power, Cyber Security, Cost of Compliance - Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and Executive Compensation.
This program may be eligible for up to 5.75 substantive hours for your annual CPD requirements.
The program will consist of a number of keynote speakers and panel discussions on the following topics:
- Impact of Shareholder Activism
- Cyber Security
- Shifts in Shareholder Powers
- Cost of Compliance - Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
- In Executive Compensation, Context Matters
Esteemed panelists will feature Stanford faculty, Rotman faculty, experienced board members and experts in corporate governance. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A session during each panel.
For members of the Law Society: This program may be eligible for up to 5.75 substantive hours for your annual CPD requirements.
Who Should Attend
This program is ideal for:
- Corporate Directors of Canadian, US and interlisted companies
- C-Level Executives of Canadian, US and interlisted companies
- General Counsel of Canadian, US and interlisted companies
The Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance
The Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance is a joint initiative of Stanford Law School and the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. The Center was created to advance the understanding and practice of corporate governance in a cross-disciplinary environment where leading academics, business leaders, policy makers, practitioners and regulators can meet and work together.
The Rock Center for Corporate Governance was founded at Stanford University in 2006 with a generous donation from Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock, with the belief that by examining these issues in new and more rigorous ways, we could shape the future of corporate governance.
Led by faculty from Stanford Law School and the Graduate School of Business, the Rock Center provides an environment focused on innovation and collaboration, drawing on the world-class resources of Stanford University. The center's programs – and the leading researchers, legal practitioners, and business and policy experts they attract create a forum in which key questions can be tested and explored. The Rock Center provides a focal point for sustained empirical research and sponsors a diverse series of events including seminars, conferences, and guest speakers addressing real-world governance practices.
Learn more: https://rockcenter.law.stanford.edu/
Dates for the 2017 offering of the Stanford-Rotman Corporate Governance Day: Major Challenges in Today's Boardrooms are still being finalized. Please complete the form below and when dates are confirmed you will be contacted.