On December 10th, Columbia Law School’s Millstein Center on Global Markets and Corporate Ownership will be hosting its 10th annual Millstein Governance Forum.
For the past decade, the Forum has served as one of the premiere venues for business leaders to engage in debate and dialogue on the effects of developments in the capital market on corporate governance. This year’s Forum will focus on the board-centric model of corporate governance functioning in an array of shareholders. Speakers and panels will explore how changing expectations and dynamics in the capital markets impact the way boards govern.
Along with distinguished professors from Columbia’s Law and Business Schools, confirmed speakers include:
- Governor John Engler, President, Business Roundtable
- Steve Fraidin, Vice Chairman, Pershing Square Capital Management
- Ed Garden, Chief Investment Officer and Founding Partner, Trian Fund Management, L.P.; Director, The Wendy’s Company, The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
- Bill McCracken, Director, MDU Resources Group, Inc.; Former Chairman & CEO, CA Technologies
- Bill McNabb, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Vanguard
- Alan Murray, Editor, Fortune Magazine
- Steven Rattner, Chairman, Willett Advisors LLC
- Damon Silvers, Director of Policy and Special Counsel, AFL-CIO
- Honorable Scott Stringer, Comptroller, City of New York
- Lynn Stout, Distinguished Professor of Corporate & Business Law, Cornell Law School
- Theresa Whitmarsh, Executive Director, Washington State Investment Board
There are a limited number of seats still available. For more information and to register, visit the Forum website.