Events of interest include:
M&A For Strategic Advantage
May 8, 2013 @ Bentley University, MA
This panel will discuss a variety of strategic and operational issues faced by executives in the area of mergers and acquisitions. Attendees will learn how to: define an appropriate acquisition strategy; determine the acquisition price and valuation methodology; conduct comprehensive reviews of target business financials, operations and people; and deliver the investment thesis post-deal and measure against their business plan. To learn more or to register, click here.
The Habits of Highly Effective CFOs
May 30, 2013 @ Goodwin Procter, NYC
This panel will discuss how today’s CFO can keep relevant and succeed in today’s business environment. Attendees will learn how to: clarify and drive company strategy; raise executive accountability while nurturing transparency and trust at all levels of their company; embrace their position as a custodian of key business performance metrics; and build a strong team to further company strategy. To learn more or to register, click here.
- Taking Charge: Women’s Executive Leadership Program
Enrollment Now Open, Bentley University’s Executive Education Program
What are the critical elements that make the difference between management and leadership – the factors that move you from managing at eam to the executive suite? Taking Charge is a seven-day program for women in mid-to-senior management with a primary goal of developing the professional presence and leadership skill set necessary to succeed at an executive level in organizations. To learn more, or to register, click here.
- Executive Compensation Primer, hosted by KPMG
Wednesday, May 1, KPMG offices in Cambridge, MA
Join KPMG for an in-depth presentation by Karen Fields, Principal, KPMG Washington National Tax and Jonathan Cort, Partner, KPMG Economic and Valuation services as they discuss valuation issues, non-qualified compensation, IRC Section 409A, Property Transfer Section 83b, and more. To learn more or to register, click here.
Major Developments in UK Employment Law & US Immigration Practice: A Workshop for HR Professionals and In-House Counsel
Thursday, May 2, The British Consulate, Cambridge, MA The professionals at UKTI, the international law firm of Arnold & Porter LLP and international immigration boutique Fragomen invite you to participate in a complimentary workshop with Henry Clinton-Davis, Head of UK employment at Arnold & Porter (UK) LLP and Brian Coughlin, partner at Fragomen. They will provide a critical update on key recent developments in UK employment law, as well as a guide to the major immigration concerns raised when bringing overseas staff to your business in the US. This workshop is a “must” for HR professionals and in-house counsel in international businesses. To learn more or to register, click here.
- The Treasurer’s Club of Boston hosts Paul G. Kirk Jr., Former United States Senator
Tuesday, May 7, Boston, MA Paul G. Kirk, Jr. served as United States Senator from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from September, 2009 until February, 2010, filling the vacancy created by the death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. He currently serves as Chairman, President and a director of Kirk & Associates, Inc., a business advisory and consulting firm. To learn more or to register, click here.
- Cloud Executive Forum 2013, hosted by KPMG
Wednesday, May 8, Cambridge, MA
The Cloud is expected to be the biggest revenue driver for many technology companies, and the competition for market share is fierce as new challenges and opportunities arise as a result of the evolution of cloud business and technology models. Join KPMG as they discuss best practices, business considerations and the next big thing in cloud computing. For more information or to register, click here.
- Boardroom Buzz: Hot Topics in Executive Compensation
Tuesday, May 14, Boston, MA
The polarization of public opinion around executive pay is never more evident than during proxy season. Join the National Association of Corporate Directors New England for a lively discussion around the newest issues and trends in executive compensation, featuring a distinguished panel of directors representing various industries including financial services, technology and life sciences. To learn more or to register, click here.
- Good to Great: The Habits of Highly Successful Financial Executives
Thursday, May 16, Boston, MA
Excellence, excitement, analytics, knowledge, networking…what are the prerequisites, and what are the obligations to be a successful financial executive? Join Boston Women in Finance as they explore the technical requirements, qualitative essentials and all-around characteristics that help distinguish the financial executive. To learn more or to register, click here.
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