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The results of
our 2013 Board Governance Survey highlighted the startling information
overload faced by board members. The average board book is now 179 pages
in length according to respondents.
the same time, board members continue to request more information on
areas such as risk oversight. How do they focus on the key information
they need to consider and find time to review this huge volume of board
materials? Do boards have the ability to make informed decisions?
this webinar we will provide an overview of the results of the survey,
followed by a panel discussion on managing and streamlining the information flow
to the board. To download your copy of the 2013 Board Governance Survey Results report: Managing the increasingly complex demands of global board governance please click the link below.
John Verdonck, Partner and Senior Advisor to the Audit Committee Institute, KPMG LLP John Verdonck is an audit partner in the New York office of KPMG LLP and a senior advisor to KPMG's Audit Committee Institute. He has devoted substantially all of his time with the firm servicing clients in the financial services industry. With over thirty-four years of experience, John is an SEC Reviewing Partner and has broad engagement partner experience serving many of KPMG's largest global financial services clients, including Munich Re, Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, HSBC and ING. John's technical skills and background include accounting for insurance companies, statutory accounting principles, SEC financial reporting and internal controls over financial reporting (ICOFR), and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). John has contributed to the accounting and auditing standard setting process as a member of the AICPA Investment Banking and Stockbrokerage Committee and AICPA Discount Accretion Task Force. He is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Society of Insurance Financial Management and serves on the KPMG Partnership Audit Committee.
Jennifer Sundberg, Managing Director, Board Intelligence Jennifer Sundberg is the Managing Director of Board Intelligence, a business she has led since its inception in 2002. Jennifer was named The Times’ ‘Young Business Woman of the Year’ and alongside her work with the boards of Xstrata, easyJet, John Lewis Partnership, Severn Trent and NHS hospital trusts amongst others, she plays an active role shaping governance policy in the UK and in Europe. For five years she authored a column for Management Today and she is a regular speaker at conferences and business schools. She holds an MA from Cambridge University and The Judge Business School.
Ely Razin, Head of Board Governance Solutions, Thomson Reuters Ely Razin is Head of Board Governance Solutions at Thomson Reuters and has extensive knowledge of business law and corporate governance. He is a fully qualified lawyer and specializes in corporate governance, major transactions, regulatory trends and disclosure.
the importance of managing and streamlining the information flow to the board
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