Subsidiaries have long been part of the organizational make-up of corporations. With the growing complexity of compliance requirements and opportunities, along with the challenges of doing business in multiple jurisdictions, it is critical now more than ever that parent and subsidiary corporations strategically develop leading-edge governance structures, policies and practices to address risks.
You are invited to attend this morning session, that will provide a current overview of leading subsidiary governance practices.
Panelists will discuss:
In this session participants will identify issues relevant to subsidiary governance and develop an understanding of subsidiary governance leading practices.
Lucille is the Chair of RBC’s Bank Act (Business Powers) Committee. Lucille is a director on the board of ACCES Employment, a not-for-profit charitable organization, operating in the Greater Toronto Area. From February, 2010 until May, 2013, Lucille co-chaired the Diversity Committee for RBC’s General Counsel Group. In recognition of her efforts to support diversity and inclusion, Lucille was awarded the 2011 Lexpert Zenith Award for diversity action by in-house legal departments. Lucille was also profiled in Amoi magazine as well as Women of Influence magazine. Lucille has participated in panel discussions regarding subsidiary governance, Canadian regulatory matters, diversity and women.
Prior to his current role, he spent six years with the Capital Markets' legal team supporting the trading floor and Structured Products Group. Neil joined the Bank after having spent five years in the Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions Group in the Paris and New York offices of Gide Loyrette Nouel and four years in the Business Law Group in the Toronto office of a major Canadian Law firm.
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