Considerations for Management

As the business environment continues to evolve in complexity, so does the oversight role of boards. At the same time, investor, regulator, and other stakeholder expectations of board involvement in certain aspects of the business, including aspects traditionally within management’s sole purview, are changing in ways that may blur the lines of responsibility between the

The Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) has adopted new rules that require public companies to disclose substantial information about the material impacts of climate-related risks on their business, financial condition, and governance (the “Final Rules”).  The SEC says that “climate-related risks, their impacts, and a public company’s response to those risks can significantly affect

From employee protection to consumer safety, risk management is a central daily duty of corporate management and has become top of the oversight agenda for corporate boards. While managers remain in charge of day-to-day risk management, the board’s oversight role has expanded so much that directors benefit from thinking broadly and deeply about how they