You can expect the agenda to include educational sessions on a variety of topics, including new technology, issuer and agent roles and responsibilities, unclaimed property, regulation, communications and much more. The conference also includes several meals, receptions and other networking opportunities.
GEO's Annual Conferences are specifically designed with a focus on the hottest issues in global share plans and executive compensation and boasts a world-class keynote line-up and more than 50 unique breakout sessions delivered by international experts. The 2020 event features a tailored agenda that addresses specific concerns and issues directly affecting GEO’s members, focusing in the areas of long–term incentives, share plan design, accounting, tax, legal, regulatory compliance, plan communications and administration.
Building Boards for Optimal Performance
If the long-term success of a company relies on long-term thinking on the part of its board, what effect does the board’s actual makeup and diversity, or lack thereof, have on a company’s prospects for creating value over the long term? There have been several studies to date that explore the connection between diversity and productivity, and the evidence is compelling. This session will explore how using a multi-dimensional measure of diversity combining ethnicity, age, gender, education, financial expertise, and prior board experience, greater board diversity correlates with lower stock price volatility, more consistent investment in R&D projects over time, and better performance overall.
The conference addresses the industry's most important issues head on to help solidify 2020 and 2021 business planning. Hear from ALL PERSPECTIVES - asset management firms, broker dealers, and an extensive group of firms that include technology, law, and service firms that support the industry.
The National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges is an association of the Bankruptcy Judges of the United States which has several purposes: to provide continuing legal education to judges, lawyers and other involved professionals, to promote cooperation among the Bankruptcy Judges, to secure a greater degree of quality and uniformity in the administration of the Bankruptcy system and to improve the practice of law in the Bankruptcy Courts of the United States.