Many of you have already signed up for our Winter 2016 Public Company Forum, which is a multidisciplinary, interactive forum devoted specifically to the issues faced by public companies. For those of you who have not yet done so, I hope you will join us. Click hereto RSVP.
Topics to be Covered.
The PCF covers an array of interrelated issues relevant to public companies, such as capital markets transactions, securities reporting and compliance, corporate governance, risk management, financial issues, executive compensation, M&A and internal investigation and enforcement.
Specific topics to be discussed at this upcoming Winter 2016 session will include:
- Session I: Latest developments in executive compensation, presented by Parker Poe’s Public Company Growth & Compliance Group
- Session II: A panel discussion of cash management trends and considerations, led by Grant Thornton LLP
- Session III: A panel discussion of corporate sustainability and responsibility, moderated by Parker Poe and featuring executives from Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. and Premier, Inc.
When and where?
The Winter 2016 session will be held on Friday, January 22nd at the Le Meridien/Sheraton Hotels’ shared Conference Center at 555 South McDowell Street in Charlotte, which has excellent facilities, complimentary parking (tickets will be validated inside) and easy access from various directions.
As before, we’ll start with coffee and breakfast at 8:15 am. The presentations will run from 9 am until noon. There is no charge for attending, and attendees will receive CLE and CPE credit.
Who should attend?
The breadth of PCF topics and the emphasis on their interconnection involves a variety of public company professionals, including:
- legal departments,
- CFOs and other finance personnel with risk management or SEC compliance responsibilities,
- risk management officers and managers,
- strategic growth and corporate development personnel, and
- human resource managers.
Past attendees have included public companies of all sizes and representing such industries as energy, entertainment, financial services, food service, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and technology.
I hope to see you at the Forum.