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Why Now?
The new regulatory regime under Dodd-Frank (e.g. Say on Pay) has forced IR professionals to have an understanding of governance matters in order to communicate with investors and gain support for say on pay votes, director elections, and other issues on the proxy ballot. A proactive approach by the IRO is the best way for shareholders to understand the company issues. Today's corporate governance environment calls for much more than just a passing vote, as activists will target companies that fail to gain significant support from shareholders.
Actionable Takeaway Documents
  • Timeline for entering shareholder dialogues
  • List of governance contacts at large institutional investors

Session Material
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Engage Investors on Corporate Governance Matters to Win the Proxy Vote*
Mon - Jun, 4 | 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: 6D (Convention Center Level 6)
Category: Regulations and Governance | Secondary Category: IR Marketing/Outreach

Engagement on corporate governance matters from Investor Relations is critical and no longer just the responsibility of the corporate secretary. There are new demands and skill sets for IR professionals that must be mastered in the changing governance environment. This panel will provide an overview and discussion of these skills and best practices from a tactical and strategic approach to win support from your shareholders.

Moderator/Lead Speaker:
Connie K Weaver, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
TIAA-CREF

Panelist(s)/Co-Speaker(s):
Stephen Brown, Director, Corporate Governance & Associate General Counsel
TIAA-CREF

Daniel H Burch, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
MacKenzie Partners

David Dragics, Senior Vice President, Investor Relations
CACI International

John A. Seethoff, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel
Microsoft Corporation
    Learning Objectives:
  • Learn to communicate better with investors on key governance issues
  • Learn to understand the new demands shareholders have placed on IR professionals regarding governance issues
  • Learn how to increase support on proxies
 
 
* Draft description as of 6/28 3:51 pm, subject to change
 

Contact Tammy Dang (tdang@niri.org) with session inquiries.