NED Webcast Series – Corporate Reputation

In partnership with The Non-Executive Directors Association (NEDA).

If you missed our two webcasts on how boards are dealing with internal and external threats, watch the replays below. Kroll and NEDA are co-hosting a three-part webcast series: Reputation, Reputation, Reputation – The Three Faces of Contemporary Risk Management. Each session features a range of experts and seasoned non-executive directors (NEDs) discussing the current risk landscape and emerging threats/opportunities. Part three is coming soon.

Part 1– External Threats

Moderated by NEDA Chair Graham Durgan, the panel shared recent insights and experiences on how boards are coping with reputational risks related to brand and social media, the latest attacks from organized criminal networks, and internet-based misinformation/disinformation attacks. Watch the replay here.

Speakers

  • Graham Durgan, Chair, NEDA
  • Neil Kirton, Regional Managing Director, EMEA, Kroll
  • Zoë Newman, Managing Director and Co-Head of Financial Investigations, Kroll
  • Ryan McSharry, Head of Crisis and Litigation, Infinite Global
  • Alla Bashenko, Portfolio NED and Risk and Compliance Committee Member

Part 2 – Expecting the Unexpected

How Are Boards Dealing with Threats from Within?

Moderated by NEDA Chair Graham Durgan, the panel shared recent insights and experiences on the evolving corporate “wrongdoing” landscape and the increasing role of NEDs in overseeing an independent, internal investigation. Watch the replay here.

Speakers

  • Graham Durgan, Chair, NEDA
  • Neil Kirton, Regional Managing Director, EMEA, Kroll
  • Zoë Newman, Managing Director and Co-Head of Financial Investigations, Kroll
  • Mark Chambers, Non-Executive Director and Associate Director at Institute of Business Ethics

Corporate Reputation NED Webcast Series Part 3 – Coming Soon.

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