Chris Gattuso presented Top Ten Governance Issues for Bank Boards and Directors at the New Jersey Bankers Association Annual Conference. The presentation description is below.
This presentation will provide board members and senior management with an overview of the key corporate governance issues faced by financial institution boards of directors and audit committees in 2019 and provide guidance on how to address and manage such issues.
The first half of this presentation will discuss key issues for board members of both public and private companies, including:
- key governance issues, including strategic planning, risk management, diversity, board composition, board effectiveness and corporate culture
- shareholder relations, dealing with shareholder activism, and understanding the role of proxy advisory firms in institutional shareholder voting and the priorities and focus of such firms
- regulatory risks
The second half of this presentation will discuss the top issues being faced by Bank Audit Committees, including:
- the ever raising bar of regulatory compliance
- spotlight on corporate governance
- keeping pace with technology
- utilizing benchmarking results to develop best practices for your financial institution
Friday, May 3, 2019-
Friday, May 3, 2019
Colorado Springs, CO
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