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    1. The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation | ValueAct Capital

      The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation | ValueAct Capital

      Posted by Ethan A. Klingsberg, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP , on Wednesday, August 3, 2016 More from: Elizabeth Bieber , Ethan Klingsberg , Steven Kaiser , Cleary Gottlieb Ethan A. Klingsberg is a partner in the New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. This post is based on a Cleary Gottlieb publication by Mr. Klingsberg, Steven J. Kaiser , and Elizabeth Bieber ....

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    2. The Investor-Savvy Board

      The Investor-Savvy Board

      With mounting activist pressure and the increasing “activation” of large institutional investors continuing to transform corporate governance in the United States and many markets around the world, boards have had no choice but to become more investor savvy.We have seen this trend firsthand in our work with boards, as well as in conversations with institutional investors. The most forward-thinking boards are doing what it takes to thrive in the new environment ...

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    3. Women on Boards in Finance and STEM Industries

      Women on Boards in Finance and STEM Industries

      Women on Boards in Finance and STEM Industries Posted by Renee Adams, University of New South Wales and Tom Kirchmaier, London School of Economics , on Monday, July 11, 2016 More from: Renee Adams , Tom Kirchmaier Renee Adams is Professor of Finance at the University of New South Wales and Tom Kirchmaier is a Researcher at the London School of Economics. This post is based on a recent article by Professor Adams and Dr. Kirchmaier.....

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    4. Focusing the Lens of Disclosure on Board Diversity, Non-GAAP, and Sustainability

      Focusing the Lens of Disclosure on Board Diversity, Non-GAAP, and Sustainability

      The SEC has an impact on corporate governance through its disclosure powers—requiring public companies to provide investors with the information they need to make informed investment and voting decisions. The SEC thus does not decide who may sit on a corporate board, but our rules do require disclosure about those who serve ...

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    5. How Economic Attention Deficit Disorder Infected the Corporate Boardroom

      How Economic Attention Deficit Disorder Infected the Corporate Boardroom

      How Economic Attention Deficit Disorder Infected the Corporate Boardroom Posted by Jon Lukomnik, Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute , on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 Jon Lukomnik is the Executive Director of the Investor Responsibility Research Center Institute. The ideas in this post related to his new book, What They Do With Your Money: How the Financial System Fails Us and How to Fix It (Yale University Press), co-authored with Stephen Davis and David Pitt-Watson .....

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    6. What are the Consequences of Regulating Executive Compensation?

      What are the Consequences of Regulating Executive Compensation?

      The level and structure of executive compensation has been a frequently debated topic among politicians, CEOs, and academics since the financial crisis of 2007-2009. Critiques of compensation practices at financial services companies often attribute the crisis at least in part to incentive pay that purportedly encourages excessive risk taking ...

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