Monthly Archives: April, 2015

Medovex Corporation Adds John Blank, MD to Board of Directors

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Global Cyber Summit Sends Message to Boardrooms

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Corporate directors’ mindsets regarding cybersecurity fundamentally need to change. As one participant at April’s inaugural Global Cyber Summit hosted by the Global Network of Director Institutes (GNDI) noted, “We have to go from ‘is it possible we’ll be attacked?’ to ‘it’s probable;’ from ‘how much does it cost?’ to ‘how much should we invest?’; and from ‘can we control cyber threats?’ to ‘how can we keep pace?’”

In the words of another participant, “Yesterday’s approach to cyber at many companies was compliance. Today, the approach is risk management, and the imperative for the future is resiliency.” With the passage of last week’s Protecting Cyber Networks Act and National Cybersecurity Protection Advancement Act, the nation moved one step closer to greater resiliency. Both bills made clear lawmakers’ expectation that companies should share information regarding cyber breaches not just with the government, but also with each other. By sharing information about cyber hacks with peers—via information sharing and analysis centers (ISACs) or information sharing and analysis organizations (ISAOs)—and the Department of Homeland Security, companies may be able to improve their cyber defense. Experts at the summit discussed information sharing in light of the massive threat cyber-breaches pose. While information sharing is important to an effective cyber defense, corporate directors should not view it as a panacea. Instead, “it is another tool in the company’s toolbox.

At April’s summit, the GNDI, the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), and the Washington Board of Trade convened more than 200 directors and cyber experts from around the world for a three-day conference to explore the board’s role in effectively overseeing their companies’ cyber defenses. Supported by AIG, the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), and KPMG, the event provided directors the opportunity to gain insight from experts including Shawn A. Bray, director of INTERPOL Washington; Larry Clinton, president and CEO of the Internet Security Alliance; Richard Knowlton, director of the Internet Security Alliance for Europe and group corporate security director at Vodafone; Jan Hamby, rear admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.) and chancellor of the National Defense University; Tim McKnight, chief information security officer of General Electric; and Arne Shönbohm, president of the Cyber-Security Council Germany.

Five boardroom imperatives emerged from the event:

  1. View cybersecurity as an enterprise-wide risk issue.Without a doubt, cyber-risk poses a significant threat to companies of all shapes and sizes. From the boardroom perspective, however, it should be viewed not as a technological issue, but as an enterprise risk that is addressed like all other risks disclosed in the MD&A. “Security—not merely cybersecurity—is the key.” Directors should ensure that the company is properly structured to respond to an attack and has plans for both breach prevention and cyberattack response. And don’t be complacent. As one participant at the cyber summit advised, “If you ask management how we’re doing on cyber-risk management and they say, ‘great,’ don’t accept that as an answer.”
  2. Identify your critical assets.Throughout the summit, speakers noted the interdependent nature of cyberattacks. No company is an island, so achieving a perimeter-defense strategy that attempts to protect the entire enterprise is virtually impossible. Instead, management must identify what assets, if breached, would bring the company down: the “crown jewels.” Directors should ensure that defense efforts identify and prioritize them. As part of this identification process, the company also can assess its most vulnerable points, making sure to account for third-party contractors’ potential weaknesses. If a vendor in your supply chain is hacked, are your assets still protected?
  3. Ensure adequate resources for your information technology (IT) teams.Cybersecurity should be viewed as an investment in the company’s future, not as a cost center. Panelists noted a growth in the use of a chief information security officer (CISO), separate from a chief information officer (CIO). Regardless of the leadership structure employed, however, directors must remember that cybersecurity is largely a human issue. Does the c-suite have the staff and training needed to effectively defend the company against hacks? If the company is not going to develop an internal security defense program, how will it acquire one from outside? Is the IT team staffed with both technology professionals and security experts? Broadly, the company should run ongoing employee cybersecurity education programs throughout the enterprise.
  4. De-jargon the board dialogue. The technical nature of cybersecurity can create a formidable barrier to effective board oversight. While it is critical for the board to receive reports on the company’s cyber efforts on a continuous basis, CIOs, chief technology officers (CTOs), or CISOs may deliver the reports in jargon. Panelists noted that the solution, however, is not necessarily to invite a cyber expert to sit on the board. Instead, the entire board should comprise directors who are equipped to ask the probing questions necessary for effective oversight. The board can invite experts to speak to the board on cyber issues and ask management to provide “de-jargoned” reports in clear, actionable terms.
  5. Incorporate cyber into your strategy and every business decision. Panelists stressed the need for directors to address cyber issues proactively—starting with prevention—rather than waiting to respond to a breach. To do so, cyber should be an aspect of the front-end of business decisions: strategy, legal, and financial. Does the CIO (or CISO, CTO) play a role in strategy and tactical decisions? Does the CIO have a working relationship with the IT teams at third-party vendors? In an M&A scenario, do you assess the cyber vulnerabilities of the target company? These questions can help bring cyber-consciousness to board decisions.

For more on guidance on the board’s role in cyber-risk oversight, download the NACD Cyber-Risk Oversight Handbook here. Kate Iannelli, Alexandra Lajoux, and Ashley M. Marchand contributed to this report.

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Improving Transparency for Executive Pay Practices

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How boards can innovate – Livemint

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When It’s Safe to Rely on Intuition (and When It’s Not) – HBR

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Great Leadership: Great Bosses Don’t Discount Others, They Validate Others

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I believe we are all leaders in our families, communities, and workplaces. “But wait,” you say, “I’m not a formal leader in my organization.” That may be – but it doesn’t mean that you’re not a powerful influencer. The reality is you are – we all are – in daily conversations with others.
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SEC.gov | SEC Proposes Cross-Border Security-Based Swap Rules Regarding Activity in the U.S.

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The SEC votes to propose cross-border security-based swap rules regarding activity in the United States.

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Anonymous Activist Gets Potholes Fixed By Drawing Giant Penises Around Them

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The city of Manchester can ignore its residents, but thanks to Wanksy, it cant ignore the one-eyed monster.

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Major Challenges Abound for Public Companies in 2015: What to do now on cybersecurity, financial reporting, disclosure and whistleblowers | The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel

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4 Big Industries And Their Next Generation Tech Disruptors – Forbes

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Creative.Band – BetaList

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The 4 Types of Small Businesses, and Why Each One Matters – HBR

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Microsoft 1978 vs Venovate 2014: You Can Now Invest in Us!Venovate

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Humblebragging: Harvard study finds it’s annoying and doesn’t work – Fortune

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Crash Course for New Managers

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8 Top Instagram Accounts Marketers Need To Keep Their Eye On

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When it started it didn’t even have a website. It was just an app. That has now been fixed. The pervasive social media networks have become a marketing trend has been proven to be a useful and effective promotion vehicle for businesses, organizations and even private individuals.
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WEBCAST | Corruption Risks in Brazil

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Matteson Ellis discusses corruption risks global companies face in Brazilian oil, gas, aviation & construction sectors & the value of anti-corruption training.

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SEC wants clarity on CEO pay vs. company performance | Marketplace.org

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Sprinklr Acquires Scup & Expands into Latin America

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Sprinklr announces plans to acquire Scup, the leader in social media monitoring, customer care, & analytics technology in Brazil.

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@jeffdachis: We acquired @Scup to help Brazil’s brands meet the needs of a highly social & mobile society: spr.ly/6010AODE http://pic.twitter.com/57DAmPpBUq

@ThomasButta on Twitter
@ThomasButta: Breaking: @Sprinklr continues global expansion, now into South America spr.ly/Scup-Brazil and Japan http://bit.ly/1dxvcSv

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@ThomasButta: To better serve global clients with a local presence in Brazil, @sprinklr has acquired @scup: spr.ly/6010A3lC http://pic.twitter.com/2Nma7gxzVE

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Improving Transparency for Executive Pay Practices

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– Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
Editor’s Note:
Luis A. Aguilar is a Commissioner at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This post is based on Commissioner Aguilar’s remarks at a recent open meeting of the SEC; the full text, including footnotes, is available here. The views expressed in the post are those of Commissioner Aguilar and do not necessarily reflect those of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the other Commissioners, or the Staff. Related research from the Program on Corporate Governance about CEO pay …  show all text

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BBC – Capital – Hemlines, or bottom lines? Behind front row glamour

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General election: The compelling case for continuity in Britain – FT.com

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The hue and cry of Britain’s general election obscures an inconvenient truth. The first peacetime coalition since the 1930s is likely to be followed by another inconclusive election. The old world of two party politics delivering decisive single

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SEC Gives More Than $600,000 to Whistleblower in Retaliation Case – Risk & Compliance – WSJ

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Watch out employers: retaliate against an employee whistleblower and the Securities and Exchange Commission might not just penalize your firm–they may also distribute part of that penalty to the alleged victim of retaliation.

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SEC Is Set to Propose New Rules on Executive Compensation – WSJ

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The SEC on Wednesday is set to propose long-awaited rules that would force thousands of companies to tell investors how the pay of top management tracked the firm’s financial results.

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Yahoo CEO’s 2014 Compensation Valued at $42.1 Million – WSJ

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Yahoo Inc. said Chief Executive Marissa Mayer’s compensation last year was valued at $42.1 million, up from $24.9 million in 2013.

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Banks Feel the Heat From Lawsuits – WSJ

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Lenders including Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup are being sued for loan provisions that can protect corporate clients from boardroom attacks by hedge funds and hostile bidders.

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Executive Compensation Network

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http://www.wsj.com SEC Votes 3-2 to Propose Executive-Compensation Rules Proposal would require companies disclose whether pay tracks financial performance

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SEC wants clarity on CEO pay vs. company performance | Marketplace.org

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BBC – Capital – Hemlines, or bottom lines? Behind front row glamour

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@fleejack on Twitter
@fleejack: Behind the scenes at the world’s most fashionable companies: The latest #corpgov column by @LucyMarcus bbc.in/1EoM32B

@fleejack on Twitter
@fleejack: Boardrooms of fashion houses must be focused on both hem lines & the triple bottom line bbc.in/1DKwhfO #corpgov #csr #fashion

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@lucymarcus: Boardrooms of fashion houses must be focused on both hem lines & the triple bottom line bbc.in/1DKwhfO #corpgov #csr #fashion

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CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality

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corpgov.law.harvard.edu
– Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
Editor’s Note:
The following post comes to us from Nitzan Shilon at Peking University School of Transnational Law. This post is based on his recent study, CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality. He conducted this study while being a Fellow in Law and Economics and an S.J.D. (Doctor of Laws) candidate at Harvard Law School.
I recently published a study titled CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality. This study is the first academic endeavor to analyze the efficacy and transp…  show all text

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@CorpGovUK on Twitter
@CorpGovUK: "firms camouflage the weakness of [stock ownership] policies in their public filings" http://bit.ly/1bUJiN4; #corpgov

@CorpGovUK on Twitter
@CorpGovUK: CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality bit.ly/1dslpwM #CorpGov

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@HarvardCorpGov: New @HarvardCorpGov: CEO Stock Ownership Policies—Rhetoric and Reality, http://bit.ly/1bUJiN4; #corpgov

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Implications of the Supreme Court Omnicare Decision

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– Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
Editor’s Note:
Boris Feldman is a member of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, P.C. This post is based on a WSGR alert authored by Mr. Feldman, Robert G. Day, Catherine Moreno, and Michael Nordtvedt.
On March 24, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Omnicare, Inc., et al. v. Laborers District Council Construction Industry Pension Fund et al., addressing when an issuer may be held liable for material misstatements or omissions under Section 11 of the Securities Act of 1933 for stat…  show all text

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Hermes: Five reasons why we are bullish on Japan | Opinion | Fundweb

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Good valuations, improving corporate governance and a stabilising yen all make Japan a good prospect.

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Some Lessons from DuPont-Trian

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– Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation
Editor’s Note:
Martin Lipton is a founding partner of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, specializing in mergers and acquisitions and matters affecting corporate policy and strategy. This post is based on a Wachtell Lipton memorandum by Mr. Lipton. Related research from the Program on Corporate Governance includes The Long-Term Effects of Hedge Fund Activism by Lucian Bebchuk, Alon Brav, and Wei Jiang (discussed on the Forum here) and The Myth that Insulating Boards Serves Long-Term Value by Lucian  show all text

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We need female chief executives, not just non-executives – FT.com

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Peter Gyenes Appointed to Carbonite Board of Directors Following Record Q1

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We need female chief executives, not just non-executives – FT.com

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Corporate Governance on Flipboard

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Secure Customer Login – BoardSuite – Your Free Secure Board Portal

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Wall Street Pushes Back on Foreign Bribery Probe – WSJ

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Banks are embroiled in a dispute with the U.S. government over what they term its “aggressive” interpretation of foreign-bribery laws. The probe has broad implications for how corporations do business overseas.

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How Social is Your CEO? | Switch & Shift

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How social is the leadership of my organization… and what can I do to help them become a Blue Unicorn?… Read More»

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Hermes: Five reasons why we are bullish on Japan | Opinion | Fundweb

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Good valuations, improving corporate governance and a stabilising yen all make Japan a good prospect.

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Corporate power without responsibility on the board – FT.com

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This has not been a salutary week for European corporate governance. At Volkswagen in Germany and at Industrivärden in Sweden, a system intended to encourage stability and long-term growth has instead created self-indulgence. At VW, was ejected as

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S.E.C. Proposes Rules on Executive Pay and Performance

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The rules would require companies to report standardized information, like data on total shareholder return and how it compares against the industry.

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Social Media Success Interview with Ted Rubin ~via @Everyday_MBA | Ted Rubin, Professional #KeynoteSpeaker, #RonR

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Episode 6 – Top CMO Ted Rubin discusses his book “How to Look People in the Eye Digitally” and success strategies for social media. Ted is the most followed CMO on Twitter and #13 on the Forbes Top 50 list of social media power influencers.
Stay tuned after the interview for five actionable items you can do today, and for the rest of the week and beyond, to immediately take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview. Plus hear bonus comments from Ted.

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The Dawn of Next Generation Thinkers | Thinkers 50

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In this week’s Economist, its Schumpeter column laments the “twilight of the gurus”. It suggests that the world of business thinking has become stale and lacks the impact and influence it once possessed.
We disagree. Business thinking is busier, bigger and better. Its influence is now much more profound — but can’t be measured by old fashioned yardsticks.
The Economist points out that business books no longer have the influence they once had when there was a regular supply of business blockbust…  show all text

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Spare small US banks from Basel requirements, says Fed – FT.com

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A top American bank regulator has said the US should explore ways to exempt its smallest lenders from the most complicated demands of international capital rules adopted after the financial crisis. Daniel Tarullo, the Federal Reserve governor in

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10 Ways to be Wide for Those Who Feel Superior | Leadership Freak

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Nothing limits leaders more than believing they can succeed without others. Superiority, masquerading as self-confidence, makes leaders look down on others. Marginalizing people limits their potential and yours. People expand your leadership, if you… Continue reading →

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Our endorsement: Who should govern Britain? | The Economist

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Meet The Startup That’s Making Shoes Smarter – Forbes

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SOLS uses a smartphone camera and 3D printers to create custom in-soles, but its service could go to the next level when it integrates sensors too.

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A Refresher on Cost of Capital – HBR

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The Secret To Successful Hires – TalentCulture

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There’s a lot of spiel out there about how companies will only be able to hire top talent if their benefits packages pack a punch like Google, they have unlimited holiday time like Netflix, or they offer the latest workplace innovations like the standing desk. While these perks might all help employers to attract and retain some great candidates, let’s be honest. For the majority of companies, they’re just not a realistic option. The real secret to getting the candidates that will improve your …  show all text

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Schumpeter: Twilight of the gurus | The Economist

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IT IS customary nowadays for management gurus to preach that competition is fiercer than ever. Rita McGrath of Columbia Business School talks about “the end of…

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4 Big Industries And Their Next Generation Tech Disruptors – Forbes

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If we can learn anything from the inaugural Next Billion-Dollar Startup List, it’s that no industry is safe from the possibility, and reality, of disruption. Many of the companies on the List are tackling problems or inefficiencies in food delivery, lending, auto sales, or shopping, and most are stationed in […]

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Employees Can Be a Powerful Force in Sustainability | Sustainable Brands

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Report by Johnson & Johnson in collaboration with Knowledge@Wharton exploring the value of employee engagement for sustainability.

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Audit Litigation Risk Down, but Not Out | Compliance Week

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Audit firms have enjoyed a respite from litigation the past few years, but legal experts believe it may only be a period of calm between storms. A recent report from Cornerstone Research says class-action lawsuits alleging accounting improprieties rose in 2014 after two of the lightest years in the past decade. While only a tiny fraction of those class-action filings are directed at audit firms, an increase in accounting-related claims today suggests that audit firms may appear back on the rada…

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Audit Litigation Risk Down, but Not Out | Compliance Week

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Audit firms have enjoyed a respite from litigation the past few years, but legal experts believe it may only be a period of calm between storms. A recent report from Cornerstone Research says class-action lawsuits alleging accounting improprieties rose in 2014 after two of the lightest years in the past decade. While only a tiny fraction of those class-action filings are directed at audit firms, an increase in accounting-related claims today suggests that audit firms may appear back on the rada…

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We need female chief executives, not just non-executives – FT.com

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As I take up the chairmanship of the UK’s Institute of Directors, I cannot help but reflect on the fact that it has taken 112 years for a woman to be appointed to this role. Although I have worked around the world in senior roles in the law,

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Apple, IBM want to address world’s aging population. First stop? Japan – Fortune

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Do These 7 Things and People Will Love Working with You | Blanchard LeaderChat

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S.E.C. Proposes Rules on Executive Pay and Performance

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The rules would require companies to report standardized information, like data on total shareholder return and how it compares against the industry.

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Miranda C. Hubbs Joins Spectra Energy Board of Directors

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LoJack Corp. Announces Appointment of John A. Janitz to Company’s Board of Directors

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Compliance & Corporate Governance – The missing piece of the puzzle

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OECD2By Adrian Blundell-Wignall – Director, OECD Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs

 

 

 

 

 

Directors and C-suite executives have never been as powerful as they are in today’s global market. The scope and wealth of the world’s 100 largest listed companies – with an estimated combined market capitalisation of more than $15 trillion[1] – rivals that of many countries’ GDP. Whether, how and to what extent these leaders decide to make good use of this power is a key challenge for us all. Each time they choose to steer their companies toward integrity, they increase their company’s potential to have a positive impact on our markets, governments, societies and our environment.

It’s easy to lose sight of that, however. Whether by error, neglect or by actively choosing to engage in reckless risk-taking, corporate scandals continue to make headlines. When the OECD conducted its autopsy of the financial crisis, we found that, in many cases, enterprises did not take a firm-wide approach to risk and risk management was considered non-essential to a firm’s business strategy.[2] Risk managers were often separated from management and not regarded as an essential part of implementing the company strategy and, in many cases, enterprises did not take a firm-wide approach to risks facing the company.

It would be misleading and irresponsible not to credit all of the governments, companies and boards who have made huge strides since the crisis. This includes ensuring that boards more adequately address risk, including compliance risks related to, for instance, bribery, anti-competitive business practices or violation of labour standards and human rights. Today, most jurisdictions require that the board assume responsibility for risk management. According to a recent survey of corporate governance practices in 42 jurisdictions, more than half set out board responsibilities with respect to risk management either in law or regulations (26 per cent) or in codes (33 per cent).[3] Almost two-thirds of jurisdictions require or recommend the implementation of an enterprise-wide internal control and risk management system (beyond ensuring the integrity of financial reporting) – see Table One and Table Two.

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Despite this progress, there remains a gap between what business leaders embrace as their corporate commitments and the reality of their actions.

There is a disconnect between how many companies make business decisions, often with the best intentions, and how those decisions are linked to decisions taken to ensure compliance and responsible risk management. A 2014 PwC survey on the state of compliance,[4] for example, indicates that even in the companies that have taken the important step of establishing a compliance committee, only a fraction include representatives with connections to the company’s business units (such as business operations or sales and marketing).

A parallel EY survey[5] from the same year indicates that there has been a reduction in the level of reporting on compliance issues to boards. It also showed that six per cent of survey respondents, including C-suite executives, are willing to justify unethical behaviour, such as misstating company financial performance. These findings jibe with the findings of the 2014 OECD Foreign Bribery Report,[6]which shows that 53 per cent of the 400-plus foreign bribery cases included in the report took place with the involvement of some level of corporate management or even the CEO – see Figure One.

OECD Figure1And then there are the enforcement statistics: of the world’s 50 largest corporate penalties imposed since 1990, 42 per cent of all cases and 64 per cent of all fines were imposed only in the last two years.[7] Six of the 41 companies on the list appear more than once; one appears four times. Not only are these fines painful for the companies involved, but non-compliant companies increase the cost of compliance for those that are trying to play by the rules – for example, by creating a necessity for stricter or more vigilant regulations and/or enforcement, loss in market and investor confidence, more limited access to finance, etc.

All this begs the question to which we at the OECD are trying to respond, “What is the missing piece of the puzzle?”. There is no shortage of laws, rules, principles, guidelines or advice for companies. And, all relevant actors claim to be on the same page as to what is needed in order to pursue business interests responsibly and with integrity. We believe that the nexus between compliance and corporate governance is the key to bridging this implementation gap.

The OECD Principles of Corporate Governance, currently under revision to align them more closely with the corporate governance practices that have evolved over the decade since their adoption, remain the internationally recognised standard in this field. The OECD Principles focus on the responsibilities of the board. These responsibilities include setting the ethical tone of the company and being satisfied that its compliance system is fundamentally sound. For boards that take these responsibilities to heart, what does this mean in practice?

When answering that question, it is easy to agree with broad statements about corporate misconduct (it’s bad), the role of the board (it’s important) and links to a corporation’s compliance and risk management functions (they should be there). It is harder to know what this means for boards and the companies they oversee (beyond hard work and long-term dedication). We have, therefore, decided to focus our efforts to help companies implement this chapter of the Principles. We hope that this will enable us to better understand why some companies fail to prevent corporate misconduct and find practical ways to build effective compliance into corporate governance.

We will be happy to report on these efforts in the coming months. Any Ethical Boardroom readers who would like to engage with the OECD on this issue are invited to visit http://bit.ly/1CaLWd0 to find ways to get involved.

 

 

About The Author:

Dr. Adrian Blundell-Wignall is the Special Advisor to the Secretary-General on Financial Markets and Director in the Directorate for Financial and Enterprise Affairs (DAF) at the OECD. DAF supports governments to improve the domestic and global policies that affect business and markets. Key areas of work include anti-bribery, competition, corporate affairs, international investment, financial markets, insurance and private pensions.

He is founder and chairman of a charitable foundation (The Anika Foundation) that raises and invests an endowment fund to provide scholarships in a critical area of healthcare. Mr. Blundell-Wignall is an Australian citizen. He has a 1st class Honours degree and a PhD in Economics from Cambridge University, UK. He is the author of extensive publications on financial markets and monetary policy in learned journals and books, as well as broker analyst studies and reports.

 

FOOTNOTES 1 PwC, Global Top 100 Companies by market capitalisation, 31 March 2014 update, available at http://bit.ly/1HURYAq 2 OECD (2014), Risk Management and Corporate Governance, Corporate Governance, OECD Publishing, available at http://bit.ly/1bAyQcR 3 OECD Corporate Governance Factbook: 2014, OECD Publishing available at http://bit.ly/1NgBfuv, with information updated until December 2014. The survey of measures for ensuring governance of internal control and risk management referenced here included the 34 OECD Members plus Argentina; Brazil; Hong Kong, China; India; Indonesia; Lithuania; Saudi Arabia; and Singapore. 4 2014 PwC State of Compliance Survey available at http://pwc.to/1bAyPWt 5 2014 EY 13th Global Fraud Survey available at http://bit.ly/1HUS1vU 6 OECD (2014), OECD Foreign Bribery Report: An Analysis of the Crime of Bribery of Foreign Public Officials, OECD Publishing, Paris, available at http://bit.ly/1bAyS4y 9789264226616-en 7 See Global Investigation Review’s annually updated Enforcement Scorecard, available at http://bit.ly/1HURYQU

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Jeff Poulton Appointed Shire Chief Financial Officer and Joins Board of Directors

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George Osborne rejects Lib Dem ‘child benefit cut’ claim – BBC News

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Greece scrapes together pension payments – FT.com

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EU to probe popular US sites over data use and search – FT.com

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News – EY – Honoring legacy but continuing to innovate drives family business success – EY – Global

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The world’s most successful family businesses are those that can integrate practicality and innovation, strategy and strong commercial acumen, along with nurturing and caring for the family.

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Exclusive: Social Media Management Platform Sprinklr Acquires Brazilian Startup Scup – Forbes

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The New York-based marketing startup has been on a buyout spree for over a year.

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Nokia’s network profits drop, raise concerns over Alcatel deal | Reuters

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HELSINKI/PARIS (Reuters) – Finland’s Nokia <NOK1V.HE> reported quarterly profits well below market forecasts at its telecom network equipment business, sending its stock tumbling 9 percent and raising

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Aboriginal representation on corporate boards ‘woefully inadequate’ – The Globe and Mail

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The Canadian Board Diversity Council has been watching the top 500 corporate boards in Canada and is shocked by how few aboriginals have a seat at the table

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Timekit – BetaList

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Timekit is the building block for scheduling. It provides an entire infrastructure for time that enables developers to include smart scheduling cleverly inside their products without building or maintaining any infrastructure.
By using Timekit, you can enable users to sign in with their calendars to see, add, suggest, and schedule events directly inside your app. Timekit allows you to build an entire scheduling system without doing any of the heavy lifting.
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Internet trolls: Proactive policing | The Economist

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HECKLERS have long been a problem for politicians and stand-up comedians, but the rise of the internet has amplified their voices. Trolls, as these online miscreants…

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It was only a matter of time before we caught up with you.
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Former Woolworths workers lose battle for compensation | Business | The Guardian

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3,200 ex-employees at store that collapsed in 2008 and 1,200 ex-workers at Ethel Austin miss out because they worked in stores employing fewer than 20 staff
Thousands of workers at high street stores that went out of business have lost a long battle for compensation.
A decision by the European court of justice (ECJ) means that 3,200 ex-employees of Woolworths and 1,200 former staff at Ethel Austin will not receive any money. They missed out because they were based in stores employing fewer than…  show all text

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Lead Change Group | The Lighthouse Of Legacy

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Each and every one of you is currently in a pivotal moment. You just might not know it.
Is your business languishing in the face of an unprecedented level of challenge from a particularly fierce competitor? Are you being forced to continually do more with less, pushing you beyond the brink of effectiveness?
Perhaps your friends and family are quietly suffering because you are simply working too much, or you are not present enough when you are with them.
Whatever the circumstance you find yourse…  show all text

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