Current Issues in Corporate Governance

5/25/2005

Corporate, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Securities Enforcement

San Diego, CA

Scott M. Stanton

Scott M. Stanton

Seminar

Thanks to Enron, WorldCom and now Martha Stewart, most executives are quite familiar with the term “corporate governance.” Despite that familiarity, many small and mid-market companies, both public and private, are not aware of the real world implications that post-scandal regulations and legislation have on their firms.

 

Join us for this special event focusing on the impact of corporate governance. A panel of experts will examine the current status of this important topic, including a discussion of new laws and reporting requirements; implications of the Sarbanes-Oxley bill; business ethics and investor confidence; and changes to accounting, law and financial services professions. Don’t miss this special symposium that will explain why, and how, small to mid-size companies, even non-public ones, are impacted.

Panel of Experts:

  • Robert A. McNeely, Senior Vice President, Union Bank of California, as emcee
  • Angelika Caicedo, Managing Director, RSM McGladrey
  • Mary Bielaska, Director, RSM McGladrey
  • John Niedernhofer, JD, Senior Account Executive, Executive Risk Practice, BARNEY & BARNEY LLC
  • Scott M. Stanton, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, LLP

For more information or to register by phone contact Taylor Peterson at (858) 277-6359 x3143, or email: tpeterson@sdbj.com.


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