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Subsidiary Governance: Creating an Effective Framework

  • 14 Oct 2020
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Webinar

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  • $350 plus applicable taxes
  • $550 plus applicable taxes
  • $400 plus applicable taxes

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Below are the access details for the event. Please add this event to your calendar. Do test the link ahead of time. We will be admitting everyone into the meeting at 10 am EDT sharp. We will have two brief afternooon breaks, and we will conclude the day at 4 pm EDT. Please see the most up-to-date agenda for the event.

Do note that GPC has decided to update your webinar experience for this event. As such, please disregard the previously shared links. To access the event tomorrow, please access the Subsidiary Governance page on the GPC website. You will need to sign in with your credentials used to register for this event.

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Subsidiary governance has moved from an emerging area to one of increased global focus. Courts worldwide are demonstrating a willingness to entertain the idea of piercing the corporate veil for an evolving tort of human rights abuse.  Regulators are showing an increasing interest in parent company accountability and management liability for subsidiary oversight.  Parent company boards must find the right balance between the parent company’s need to set group strategy and coordinate group oversight, while respecting the legal duties of subsidiary directors. As businesses become more complex, a thoughtful and effective subsidiary governance framework is critical.

Join some of the leading practitioners and academics for this important one day event, and learn more about how to build an effective subsidiary governance framework in your organization.

Who should attend

This one day conference will be of interest to you if you are a:

  • General counsel of a parent company  with subsidiaries
  • Legal counsel to a subsidiary entity
  • Compliance officer in a multi-entity organization
  • Executive on the board of a subsidiary company
  • Corporate secretary of a parent or subsidiary board
  • Comptroller or CFO responsible for inter-company transfers
  • Accountant responsible for tax planning
  • Internal or external auditor reviewing the internal controls of a multi-layered enterprise
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