The New Normal in Governance: Managing Shifting Board Priorities in COVID Times and Beyond

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This session will help you understand the most significant COVID-19 impacts for directors, governance professionals and senior management to ensure that your organization is governing effectively and ably at this unprecedented time. Key issues that will be covered include:

Financial: How should the board be overseeing the organization’s short-term financial condition including liquidity and solvency risks, dividend programs and planned capital expenditures?
HR: How should the board balance short-term workforce needs with the need to retain talent? How will 2020 executive compensation be assessed? What is the succession plan if the CEO falls ill?
Business Strategy: Are there opportunities to be considered in light of the crisis? How should your organization’s strategy and business model respond to changes in customer and client needs and preferences as a result of the crisis?

Moderator: Poonam, Puri, Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School and
Affiliated Scholar, Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP

Speakers:
- David R. Beatty C.M., O.B.E., F.ICD, CFA, Chair David & Sharon Johnston Centre for Corporate Governance Innovation and Professor of Strategy
Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
- Brigitte Catellier, Vice-President, Corporate Governance, Meridian Credit Union, Corporate Secretary, Motus Bank
- Domenic Marino, CA, CPA, CBV, Partner, National Leader - Forensic Services, PwC
- Margie Parikh, C.Dir. MBA, CFP
Principal, On Governance Consulting, & Board Director
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Management
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