Leading by Example: Effective Board Evaluation Programs in a Disruptive Business Environment
In an era of disruptive technology, economic uncertainty and evolving and expanding operational risk, bank regulators and investors are increasingly focused on board composition, as well as board refreshment mechanisms. In this webinar, explore the business case for periodic board evaluations and review the tools to assist organizations in developing, conducting and monitoring an effective board evaluation program. An effective board evaluation program serves as a valuable tool to help ensure the board’s composition and strengths align with the organization’s strategy, business objectives and risk profile.
Who Should Attend: Chief Operating Officer, Director, Risk Officer
- Explore the business case for an effective board evaluation process
- Understand a framework for developing, conducting and monitoring a board evaluation program.
- Gain knowledge to engage in a meaningful discussion regarding the need and benefit of having an effective board evaluation program
Holland & Knight
Shawn M. Turner is a partner in Holland & Knight’s Denver office and is a member of the firm’s financial services practice group. Mr. Turner advises publicly-traded and private financial institutions with respect to corporate governance, bank regulatory and securities and exchange commission compliance matters, strategic transactions, responding to activist shareholders, developing anti-takeover defenses, executive compensation matters, and general business transactions.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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