Senior Consulting AssociateCapital Performance Group
The exodus of chief executives from two of President Trump’s business advisory councils in the aftermath of the Charlottesville tragedy was a highly visible example of risk management and cultural principles in action.
JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon joined U.S. corporate leaders in denouncing racial intolerance as the pressure heats up on them to challenge President Trump on social and other policy matters. However, Dimon remains on a key presidential advisory group.
Chairman Stephen Sanger could step down ahead of the embattled bank's next annual meeting, according to a news report, clearing the way for the elevation of Duke, the current vice chairman and a former Fed governor and banking executive.
The New York Times explores why we lack female CEOs, Uber considers Bank of America’s Anne Finucane for its CEO spot, and State Street’s head of corporate governance explains its push for gender diversity on boards. Plus, who needs a hero?
WashingtonFirst had a sudden window of opportunity to sell itself in the latter half of 2016, but it had been preparing for a possible sale for more than two years before that, and perhaps as a result it received one of the most valuable buyout offers this year.