Nominees announced for Corporate Governance Awards 2018

Oct 12, 2018
Awards to be presented on November 8 in New York

Corporate Secretary has announced the short-listed nominees for the 11th Corporate Governance Awards.

The awards recognize outstanding achievements in the governance, risk and compliance fields. Corporate Secretary received submissions for companies and individuals across the industry revealing the innovative and impressive work being done by professionals against the backdrop of rapidly evolving governance expectations and standards.

An independent panel of judges will select the winners, which will be announced at a gala event on November 8 at Cipriani 25 Broadway, New York. Click here for more information on the awards.

This year’s nominees are:

 

Best ESG reporting

Microsoft

PepsiCo

Prologis

Prudential Financial

The Allstate Corporation

 

Best compliance and ethics program (large cap)

Avangrid

Eli Lilly & Company

Marsh & McLennan Companies

The Allstate Corporation

Visa

 

Best compliance and ethics program (small to mid-cap)

Atlas Air Worldwide

NW Natural (formerly Northwest Natural Gas Company)

Voya Financial

 

Best overall corporate governance – international

Westpac

Willis Towers Watson

 

Best overall governance for a private company

Graybar Electric Company

JM Smith Corporation

 

Best shareholder engagement

AMN Healthcare Services

Atlas Air Worldwide

Bank of America

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

IBM

The Allstate Corporation

 

Best proxy statement (large cap)

Bank of America

Chubb

ConocoPhillips

General Motors

PepsiCo

Prudential Financial

SVB Financial Group

The Allstate Corporation

Visa

 

Best proxy statement (small to mid-cap)

Allegheny Technologies

AMN Healthcare Services

Aramark

Atlas Air Worldwide

BMC Stock Holdings

KBR

NorthWestern Energy

Shutterfly

 

Governance team of the year (large cap)

DXC Technology

General Motors

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HP

PepsiCo

Visa

 

Governance team of the year (small to mid-cap)

Atlas Air Worldwide

Banc of California

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation

 

Best use of technology

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HP

Marsh & McLennan Companies

NetApp

Prudential Financial

Visa

 

Governance professional of the year (large cap)

ConocoPhillips – Shannon Kinney

Hewlett Packard Enterprise – Derek Windham

HP – Katie Colendich

 

Governance professional of the year (small to mid-cap)

Chesapeake Utilities Corporation – Stacie Roberts

Syneos Health – Courtney Schuster Kamlet

 

Rising star

Avangrid – Alistair Raymond

BioMarin Pharmaceutical – Eric Fleekop

S&P Global – Tasha Matharu

Splunk – Connie Wu

 

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