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Directors and Officers: CEO Succession Key for Risk Management

Directors and Officers CEO Succession Key for Risk ManagementThere are numerous components to a key risk management strategy. One way is with a successful CEO succession strategy.

The CEO is the figurehead of the company. Especially in high profile companies, they command a large amount of attention and have a significant influence on the company’s brand and image. It is growing as a crucial risk management strategy as well. Investors, rating agencies, and governmental entities are starting to require information about succession planning. And internal talent development and a comprehensive CEO succession..


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Directors and Officers: The Dangers of Short-Termism to a Board

Directors and Officers The Dangers of Short-Termism to a BoardDirectors and Officers: The Dangers of Short-Termism to a Board

Directors & Officers have a unique responsibility of being the liaison between running a company and representing the voices of their shareholders. And balancing those two views isn't always easy.

The Directors and Officers of a board are there to insure the shareholders’ voices and mission of the company are represented. But this idea has also given rise to a shareholder-centric model of corporate governance. While it gives shareholders a voice, it can also lead..


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