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Law or No Law, Diverse Boards Reap Benefits

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Build diversity into your board’s composition game plan.

President Biden Announces Two SEC Nominations

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Key Pelosi adviser and career SEC attorney pegged.

California Bill Requiring Additional Board Diversity Is Overturned

The bill mandated ethnic, racial and LGBT diversity on boards.

Board Practices in the Digital Era: Using Corporate Governance to Maximize the Benefit-to-Cost Ratio of Information Technology

Virtual capabilities and electronic documents are double-edged swords.

 


 

New SEC Climate Disclosure Rules Offer ESG Strategy Gut Check for Boards

Now is the time to raise the bar on your ESG commitment.

Five Questions Boards Should Ask About the War in Ukraine

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Boards have an opportunity to define protocols around crisis management and ESG.
 
While still recovering from the disruptions of the global pandemic, many companies find themselves grappling with a new and, for the most part, unanticipated emergency. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine requires business leaders to remain in crisis-management mode. 
 

SEC Proposal Seeks Quicker, Standardized Disclosure of Cybersecurity Incidents

Speedy disclosures present possible headaches for boards and companies.
 
The SEC recently proposed amendments to its regulations to strengthen and standardize disclosures by public companies in the areas of cybersecurity risk management, strategy, governance and incident reporting. 
 
The amendments would require up-to-date reporting on cybersecurity incidents and periodic reporting to supply updates on previously reported incidents. It would also mandate disclosures on: