The discussion will focus on three key topics: executive pay, fiduciary duties and stakeholder engagement.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Keynote: Iain Wright MP, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, UK Parliament
- Stefan Stern, Director of the High Pay Centre and FT columnist
- Marilyn Croser, Director at CORE Coalition
- George Dallas, Policy Director at the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN)
- Janet Williamson, Senior Policy Officer at Trades Union Congress (TUC)
- Stephen Hockman QC, Head of Chambers at Six Pump Court Chambers
- Colin Melvin, Chair of the Social Stock Exchange
- Charles Cotton, Performance and Reward adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
The event will also include high-level speakers and attendees from relevant UK institutions and legislative bodies responsible for regulatory reform, as well as leading thinkers and practitioners involved in the global corporate governance debate.
The discussants will equally examine how recent calls for a change in various aspects of the corporate governance system are connected to a broader rethink of governance models.
Date and venue:
March 22, 2017. 1pm - 5pm.
Cass Business School. 200 Aldersgate Street EC1A 4HD. London, United Kingdom.
The event is free of charge but registration is required and places are limited.
We have reached the venue capacity limits but a waiting list has been established. Please register your interest and we will contact you if there are any cancellations: https://goo.gl/forms/
This event is the first in a series of three on corporate governance to be held at Cass Business School in 2017. The next events will cover the following topics:
Corporate Governance and Risk Management for the 21st Century - Discussants will identify how companies and their long-term investors can adapt to the challenges posed by climate change and a persistent low-yield investment environment. Register here.
Corporate Governance and Reporting - The last event will discuss the evolution of corporate accounting practice and policy, taking into account the needs of long-term investors and an integrated approach to value creation, as well as provide guidance to companies on how to comply with a rapidly evolving regulatory environment. The last event will take place on June 7. You can already register your interest here.