Challenges in Corporate Governance: Directors Responsibility for Risk Management After Dodd-Frank

Thursday, November 3, 2011
5:30–7:30 pm
Faculty Conference Center (Burns 505)

Event is co-sponsored by the Institute for Corporate Responsibility (ICR) at the GW Business School, and GW's Center for Law, Economics, & Finance.

The program will focus on corporate directors' role in risk management after the Dodd-Frank Act, with a particular emphasis on financial institutions. This event is closed to media.

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Event Agenda

Welcoming Remarks:
Paul Schiff Berman, Dean and Robert Kramer Research Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

Doug Gurthrie, Dean and Professor of of International Business and Professor of Management, The George Washington University School of Business

John Forrer, Associate Director of the Institute for Corporate Responsibility, The George Washington University School of Business

Arthur Wilmarth, Executive Director, the Center for Law, Economics, & Finance

Panel 1:
Stasia Kelly, Partner, DLA Piper
Patrick Parkinson, Director, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation, FRB
Anne Mathias, Director of Research, Washington Research Group
Thomas Stanton, Professor, Johns Hopkins University for Advanced Governmental Studies

Moderator: John Buchman, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, E*TRADE Bank

Panel 2:
The Hon. Mary Bush, Founder, Bush International
Andrew Kuritzkes, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer, State Street Corp.
Mike Mancuso, Corporate Vice president and Chief Financial Officer, CSC
Gregory Weaver, Vice Chairman, Deloitte LLP

Moderator: the Hon. Cynthia Glassman, Senior Research Scholar, the Institute for Corporate Responsibility

Speaker biographies 

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