The traditional banking model was already being challenged pre-Covid by persistently low interest rates, enhanced regulation and digitalization. We’ll convene CEOs, CFOs and Board Members of retail banks and credit unions for a robust, half-day exploration of the key drivers forcing change in the industry. Participants will gain solutions for how banking leaders can build resilient business models that proactively address changing consumer behaviors and redefine their value in today’s shifting market.
Corporate Board Member’s Board Committee Peer Exchange provides an exclusive setting for qualified board committee chairs, lead directors, board chairs, general counsel and corporate secretaries. Through a peer-driven format, participants will have the opportunity to share insights and solutions while discussing critical issues and challenges facing their boards.
This focused, half-day workshop will bring new directors quickly up-to-speed in the boardroom and help participants provide value to their boards while staying current amid corporate governance developments. Designed for public company directors with less than 2 years of public company board service, the workshop will orient participants on best practices and strategies to support their personal growth and value as a director.
The Boardroom Summit will cover the full gamut of board-level issues, from risk oversight and shareholder engagement to the board’s hand in culture, cyber security and compensation, and the breadth of corporate governance topics in between. Featuring the original Board Committee Peer Exchange, the event is specifically developed for public company directors and the members of management working closely with them to tackle today’s greatest board leadership and governance challenges.
A smaller, more intimate version of our New York Summit, the west coast event will provide an equally unique opportunity for public company boards and general counsel to share ideas and solutions to today’s greatest board leadership and governance challenges as they prepare for the year ahead. Topics will cover the full spectrum of board oversight ranging from the board’s role in human capital oversight, cyber security, and risk management to CEO succession, executive pay and board composition.