2018 Directors Dialogue
The Drexel LeBow Center for Corporate Governance invites you to join us for the 10th anniversary of the Directors Dialogue program.
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Directors Dialogue brings together annually world-renowned corporate directors to engage in candid discussions of key governance topics. As the role of the public company director continues to evolve, board members are often faced with more complex decisions and increased demands on time. The 2018 Directors Dialogue continues to curate panels of the top thought leaders to engage participants in candid, closed-door governance discussions. Participants hear first-hand accounts of the challenging experiences faced by sitting corporate directors ranging from nano-cap to mega-cap boards. While engaging with panelists and the other participants, attendees gain insight into the standards by which their peers oversee their respective boards, as well as cutting-edge governance practices to take back to their own boards.
The program is limited to 40 sitting public company directors to ensure effective engagement between panelists and participants. The $1500 registration fee includes all program materials, meals, and one seat at the Directors Dialogue Dinner directly following the program.
Directors Dialogue Dinner
The annual Directors Dialogue Dinner brings together over 300 of the area’s business leaders and features a keynote address by a thought leader in corporate governance. All registrants of the Directors Dialogue program receive one seat at the dinner being held at the Crystal Tea Room (100 E Penn Square) with cocktails from 5:30-6:30pm followed by the program from 6:30-8pm. The 10th Anniversary celebration will feature keynote speaker Jay Clayton, Chairman of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Chairman Clayton will engage in a fireside chat discussion with Bill McNabb, Chairman of Vanguard.
- Jerry Maginnis, Director, Cohen and Steers Mutual Fund Complex
- Trish Oelrich, Director, Federal Home Loan Bank - Office of Finance
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