Governance Matters Podcast

The Governance Matters podcast provides listeners with insight into the cutting-edge issues of the day for corporate secretaries, general counsel and all governance professionals. Produced by Corporate Secretary and sponsored by Computershare Georgeson, this monthly podcast will look at how the role of the corporate secretary and the board has evolved over time, as well as how the governance landscape continues to change.

From ESG to entity management, shareholder engagement to technology, we’ll hear from award-winning governance professionals and leading advisers about the latest public company governance matters.

More about our podcast sponsors

Computershare (ASX: CPU) is a global market leader in transfer agency and share registration, proxy solicitation and stakeholder communications. We also specialize in corporate trust, bankruptcy, class action and a range of other diversified financial and governance services. Georgeson, a Computershare company, is the world's original and foremost provider of strategic services to corporations and investors working to influence corporate strategy. We offer unsurpassed advice and representation for annual meetings, mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests and other extraordinary transactions.

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Sep 29, 2020

In this very first episode of the Governance Matters podcast – produced by Corporate Secretary in partnership with Computershare Georgeson – we talk to Hannah Orowitz, managing director of corporate governance at Georgeson, about how the role of the corporate secretary has evolved to become more strategic.

In part two, we hear from Derek Windham, vice president and associate general counsel at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, on how he thinks about effective risk management.

 

 

The Governance Matters podcast provides listeners with insight into the cutting-edge issues of the day for corporate secretaries, general counsel and all governance professionals.

This monthly podcast will look at how the role of the corporate secretary and the board has...

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