What Does the Dodd-Frank Bill Mean for IROs?
Aug 11, 2010
from 06:30 PM to 07:30 PM
|Where||151 E. 25th St. Room 750 (between Lex. and 3rd Aves.)|
|Contact Name||Matthew LePere|
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About the Program
The historic financial reform legislation recently passed by Congress and awaiting President Obama's signature will have a major impact on public companies and the practice of investor relations. The New York chapter of the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI-NY), in cooperation with the Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College, is calling a special summer session to discuss the Dodd-Frank bill and its provisions regarding issues including corporate governance, proxy access, executive compensation, market regulation, disclosure and more.
The panel will also discuss the lengthy process for implementing the Dodd-Frank bill, which passes off many details to regulators. One major law firm estimates that the Dodd-Frank bill calls for more than 240 rules to be devised and nearly 90 studies. The panel will share their insights into how the rule-making process will likely unfold and the possible outcomes.
- Clarke D. Camper, senior vice president and Head of Government Affairs at NYSE Euronext
- Carol Stubblefield, partner, Baker & McKenzie
- John Yetter, vice president of NASDAQ's General Counsel's Office
- Moderator: Jeff Morgan, NIRI President and CEO
6:00 pm - Registration
6:30 pm - Program
7:30 pm - Networking Reception