Over the past years, Board Members, Governing Bodies and C-suite executives have valued efficient corporate governance as a means to ensure the successful running and expansion of businesses. The recent pandemic and its economic, political & social impacts have reshuffled the cards and caused disruptions in established corporate governance practices. In parallel, regulators are considering internal governance arrangements with increased scrutiny.
In the context of increased regulatory awareness and the quest of remaining agile while ensuring a strong & sustainable business management, Arendt cordially invites you to a lively panel discussion. It will cover the recent trends observed in regulatory practices as well as the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned from the current crisis affecting organisations and their governance.
Our expert Emmanuelle Mousel (Banking & Financial Services and Insurance & Reinsurance Counsel) will address the increase in regulatory scrutiny witnessed today. Francis Kass (Investment Management Partner) and Michael Daemgen (Arendt Regulatory Consulting Partner) will guide you through the legal and practical challenges faced by Board Members. Finally, Arendt Business Advisory will focus on key factors to build a resilient and attractive business. The session will be moderated by Carsten Opitz, Partner within our Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions practice and Head of Arendt’s Corporate Governance Centre (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The webinar will cover the following topics:
- All eyes on “Governance”: Regulators’ enhanced focus;
- Governance radar: A key tool for efficiently challenging your board pack;
- Resilient audits: Your way towards a solid, structured & attractive business.
Questions from participants are welcome in our live interactive session hopefully allowing for great key takeaways.
Feel free to forward this invitation to any colleague or client who may be interested. Should you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
We look forward to your participation.