Thursday, January 18, 2018
7:30a Registration and Breakfast
8:00a - 10:00a Welcome and Formal Program
Assessing the potential impact of the Trump administration's agenda
The board perspective
Winter Director Roundtable
Co-hosted by NACD Heartland Chapter and KPMG
As the Trump administration pursues its pro-business agenda, companies will need to carefully consider the range of policy initiatives—tax reform, infrastructure investment, regulatory easing, trade policy, and more—that may impact their business strategies, risk profiles, and operations, and the board has a pivotal role to play in this effort.
The Winter Director Roundtable Series—sponsored by the KPMG Board Leadership Center and NACD is designed for all board members and senior executives—will explore key considerations and questions shaping boardroom conversations in this new environment, including:
- Which policy initiatives may have the greatest impact (positive or negative) on the business?
- How to manage assessing the potential impact of these initiatives on the company’s critical strategy and risk assumptions? On investment and growth plans?
- Does the company have the right to level of focus and resources devoted to the effort—and the flexibility to calibrate its strategy and adjust operations quickly?
Given the expectations of investors, employees, and customers who are increasingly calling on business to take a greater role in addressing environmental and social issues (e.g., climate change, sustainability, income inequality, immigration), we will also discuss the board’s role in helping companies address these issues and the implication of the growing volume of related shareholder proposals from the 2018 proxy season.
We hope you can join us—and your peers—for this timely dialogue at one of our director roundtable locations around the country.
Who should attend
Board directors and C-level executives.
Continuing professional education credits
This program qualifies for continuing professional education (CPE) credits, although state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credits. For purposes of CPE credits, this course is classified as an update on key challenges and leading practices for board directors and audit committee members and is eligible for two to three credits. For questions regarding CPE credits for this program, please contact us at US-MKT KPMG BLC.
Additionally, this program is eligible for NACD collaborative credits good toward Fellowship with NACD. For questions regarding these credits or the Fellowships, please contact NACD at Fellowships@NACDonline.org.
There are no prerequisites, and there is no advance preparation required for these events.
If you need help with registration please contact Sharon Allison at email@example.com
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