Webinar – What stakeholder capitalism means for governance in practice

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Corporate Secretary & Govenda

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Companies have never faced so much scrutiny of their impact on stakeholders beyond their shareholders. That attention was encapsulated in 2019 when 181 CEOs of major US companies signed a Business Roundtable statement that corporations should look to the interests of not only shareholders but also customers, employees, suppliers and communities. But events of the last 18 months – ranging from the need to protect employees during a global pandemic to a heightened focus on racial equity and greater awareness of the climate crisis – have ratcheted up discussions of stakeholder capitalism to unprecedented levels. In this webinar, our panel of experts will look beyond slogans to examine how stakeholder capitalism is working, or could work, in terms of corporate governance. Topics for discussion include: • What does stakeholder capitalism mean for board structures and board discussions? • How can the board best assess and meet employees’ needs? • How important are different stakeholder issues to investors? • What role should directors play in engagement efforts outside of investors? • What is the role of stakeholder impact assessments such as racial equity audits? • How can governance teams collect and share information with the board on the company’s impact across all stakeholder groups? Corporate Secretary has partnered with Govenda to deliver you this webinar. Corporate Secretary and Govenda will process your personal data for purposes connected with your attendance at the webinar and may send you marketing communications and information that may be of interest to you, as permitted under applicable law. You may choose to unsubscribe at any time by email with ‘unsubscribe’ in the subject line or by clicking on the “unsubscribe” link in any email from us or Govenda. Your data will be processed in accordance with  Corporate Secretary's privacy policy: www.corporatesecretary.com/content/privacy-policy and Govenda's privacy policy: www.govenda.com/privacy/

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