Date(s) of Conference:
June 17-18, 2010
Yale Law School
127 Wall Street
New Haven, CT 06511
In the wake of the financial crisis and recession, the market is seeing the most profound remaking of corporate governance worldwide in decades. Policymakers are invigorating regulation and enforcement, stimulating corporate board oversight, and prompting investors with new rights to act as a ‘neighborhood watch’ over markets.
The theme is all about how public and private sector players are having to reset their thinking and learn to live with a new era in corporate governance.
The Yale Governance Forum is one of a handful of events considered a ‘must attend.’ We expect approximately 200 leading institutional investors, corporate directors and executives, regulators, academics, corporate governance advisors, rating agencies, executive search firms and other experts around the world comprising the governance community. As always, the goal is to stimulate in-depth discussion and explore key issues in order to understand and influence policy and action.