The Board's Role in M&A | Women in the Boardroom

Recorded Webinar

The Board’s Role in M&A

Mergers and acquisitions can be a transformative activity for a company, and it is therefore critical that the board understand and execute its role. The board’s role in M&A ties back to its role in overseeing corporate strategy, since a company’s M&A activity should be closely aligned with its strategy. Also, M&A activity by its very nature can involve an increase in the number and the depth of risks faced by the company, and so boards should exercise increased oversight of risk management before, during and following M&A transactions.

During this webinar with Howard Brownstein you will learn:
· How a board should fulfill its fiduciary duties regarding the company’s M&A activities
· The roles that individual board members can play in the board’s oversight of M&A
· How board members can use risk as a conceptual framework for dealing with M&A

Speaker

Howard Brownstein

Date & Time

July 24, 2018
12:00 PM ET

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About the Speaker

Howard Brownstein

President & Founder of The Brownstein Corporation

Howard Brod Brownstein is President and Founder of The Brownstein Corporation, a nationally-known turnaround and crisis management firm. Mr. Brownstein regularly serves as an independent board member, and he currently chairs the Nominating & Governance and Strategic Planning & Risk Assessment Committees of P&F Industries (NasdaqGM: PFIN), and also serves on the board of Merakey, a large nonprofit with more than 10,000 employees. He served until recently on the Board of A.M. Castle & Co. (OTMKTS: CASL), and was Audit Chair of PICO Holdings (Nasdaq: PICO). He previously served on the Board of LMG2, was the sole board member of Betsey Johnson LLC, was Audit Chair of Special Metals Corp., and served on the board of Magnatrax Corporation. He also was chairman of the National Philanthropic Trust, and served on the board of a regional bank, a retail department store, and was chairman of a United Way agency. He has published over eighty articles, books and chapters, on turnaround management and corporate governance.

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