A movement has grown to scrutinize business practices through the lens of public policy concerns. Activists often use corporate governance structures, such as proxy voting, to affect the decisions of investors and businesses on issues ranging from environmental protection to human rights. This trend begs the question of what the private sector’s role should be in addressing public policy issues, and whether current corporate governance structures are up to the task.
Join BPC and ACCF as we explore how private sector leaders are responding to this new environment and what comes next.
Event will be webcast.
Executive Director, Council of Institutional Investors
Vice Chairman, BlackRock
Former SEC Commissioner
Executive Vice President, U.S. Chamber Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness
Deputy Director of Corporations and Capital Markets, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
President and CEO, Society for Corporate Governance
Former Chair of the SEC