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Events

Briefing: Restoring Trust in Corporate Governance Keynote: Ben Heineman, Jr.

Corporate governance reform is a vital part of restoring public trust in how American companies are run. On May 6, 2010, CED and The Hills Program on Governance at the Center for Strategic and international Studies (CSIS) hosted a briefing focused on corporate governance reform that featured keynote remarks from CED Trustee and CSIS Trustee Ben W. Heineman, Jr., Senior Fellow Distinguished Practitioner, Program on the Legal Profession, Harvard Law School Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and former Senior Vice President and General Counsel for General Electric Corporation.


L-r: Ben Heineman, William Ezzell, Patrick Gross, Alfred Mockett

Ben Heineman is the author of the new CED policy brief, Restoring Trust in Corporate Governance: The Six Essential Tasks of Boards of Directors and Business Leaders. John Hamre, CSIS President and Chief Executive Officer welcomed the audience and CED Trustee Patrick Gross Chairman, The Lovell Group, served as moderator. A panel discussion followed featuring William Ezzell, National Managing Partner--Legislative & Regulatory Relations, Deloitte LLP, and Alfred Mockett, Chairman & CEO, Corinthian Capital LLC. Both Mr. Ezzell and Mr. Mockett are CED Trustees.;Read the report Restoring Trust in Corporate Governance: The Six Essential Tasks of Boards of Directors and Business Leaders


Ben Heineman