WEBCAST
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Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Board reporting packs get bigger and bigger with every passing year. Often directors, faced with 1,000 pages or more, ask themselves if they are getting the right information, or if the information they are receiving could be presented in a better, more thoughtful way.
 
This webcast explores board reporting best practices and will help participants understand what good board reporting can look like. The panelists will discuss evolving approaches to how information can be presented to directors, so they can improve the decisions they make and be secure in their governance of the organization.

Join this webcast to learn about:
  • Understanding the information your organization needs to capture, to ensure
    the board can make good decisions
  • Pushing back to management to provide analysis that is meaningful
  • Turning reporting that is required into reporting that adds value
  • Ensuring board reporting drives the right culture back down into the business



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HOW TO MAKE BOARD REPORTS BETTER
NOT BIGGER

Speakers

Marvin Ryder
Assistant Professor at McMaster University
Faculty Member of the Directors College

Marvin Ryder is currently an assistant professor at the Michael G. DeGroote School of Business at the McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and a faculty member of the Directors College Ottawa, ON. In 2000, Marvin became Chair of the Transition Board for the new City of Hamilton where the Board organized the municipal election, created a new Hamilton Hydro corporation, and set service levels and budgets. In 2001, Marvin was announced as Chair of the Hamilton Health Sciences Board of Directors responsible for operating the second largest hospital in Ontario. In 2008, he joined the Board of the Ontario-based Desjardins Credit Union. Today, Marvin serves as the Vice-Chair of the Hamilton Health Sciences Research Institute overseeing a $300 million endowment to fund health research.

Sari Diamond
Independent Governance Consultant  

Sari Diamond is a Governance Consultant who facilitates successful transitions by guiding management teams on how to effectively work with their boards. Over the past 20 years, her experience includes working with companies listed on the TSX, NYSE, NASDAQ and London stock exchanges. Sari's prior roles have included Board Governance Advisor at Thomson Reuters, Assistant Corporate Secretary and Compliance Officer at Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, and Vice President and Corporate Secretary at TrizecHahn Corporation. She currently serves on the board, strategic planning and governance committees of a charitable organization. Sari holds degrees in Sociology and Law.


Moderator 

Julie DiMauro

Regulatory Intelligence Expert at Thomson Reuters  

Julie DiMauro is a regulatory intelligence specialist at Thomson Reuters in New York. She previously served as Executive Editor of the FCPA Blog and has held managing editor roles in the publishing field for more than ten years. Julie developed her compliance background while serving as a Legal Product Manager at Fidelity Investments and a Compliance Specialist at John Hancock Insurance, both in Boston. She holds degrees from the University of Vermont and American University Law School.

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