Medlemsmøte: FutureBoards Summit – Lunch-Talk

You are cordially invited to attend:
FutureBoards Summit – Lunch-Talk, Oslo 14 November 2017

This lunch event, organized by FutureBoards and NORSIF, is a unique occasion to meet, discuss and exchange ideas on the future of corporate governance with Professor Mervyn E. King, one of the globally most influential people in corporate governance.

Professor King is Chair of the King Commission on Corporate Governance for South Africa, Chair of the International Integrated Reporting Council, Chairman Emeritus of the Global Reporting Initiative – and a prominent voice in corporate governance for over two decades.

Other confirmed speakers include Idar Kreutzer, CEO of Finance Norway, and Kjetil Rimstad, partner EY Norway. Welcome address by Bjørn Stolpestad, Chair Norsif and Turid E. Solvang, Founder/CEO FutureBoards. We will also present results from FutureBoards and Zynk’s big-data survey on topics for the future agenda of boards of directors.

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Among our topics are:
• What are the key impacts of trends and developments in corporate governance?
• How can businesses respond, in order to create long-term value?
• What do investors care about, and which role should they take?

TIME: 14 November 2017, 11:00–13:00
PLACE: Hotel Continental, Stortingsgaten 24-26, Oslo
FORMAT: Lunch event – speeches and panel discussion. A light lunch, coffee and refreshments will be provided.
ATTENDANCE: Please register as soon as possible in order to secure your place. The number of seats are limited. Attendance is free of charge.

Register here. 

KingOUR KEYNOTE SPEAKER: A former judge of the Supreme Court of South Africa, Mervyn Eldred King is currently Chair of the IIRC, Chairman emeritus of the Global Reporting Initiative and director of the Association of Business Administrators of Southern Africa. He is best known for chairing the King Committee on Corporate Governance, which issued comprehensive reports in 1994, 2002, 2009, and 2016. The King Reports, which endorse an integrated and inclusive approach to corporate governance, have had substantial influence on the development of global corporate governance.

“It’s a question of value creation. If you have scarce natural resources, and you just focus on short-term profit and concentrate on trying to get more dividends to shareholders, you’re going to destroy the company.” — Mervyn E. King.

FutLogo_futureboards_cmykureBoards focuses on building better corporate boards by driving the debate on corporate governance. FutureBoards creates events for the exchange of thoughts and ideas, builds physical and digital arenas for the sharing of experience and insight, and develops best practice for how and by whom businesses should be governed in the future.

logo_norsif_lightblue_linkedINNorsif is an independent association of asset owners and asset managers, service providers and industry associations with activities related to responsible and sustainable investments. Norsif aims to contribute to the development of responsible investment and awareness of responsible and sustainable investment practices in the Norwegian financial industry and among other stakeholders.

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