In this webcast, we examine how boards can better communicate how their company is creating long-term value for a wide set of stakeholders.
Join the EY Center for Board Matters for our next Better Questions for Boards webcast – the series designed to provide directors with insights and questions to consider as they engage with management and stakeholders on complex boardroom issues.
There is an ongoing shift from the view that the primary purpose of companies is to enhance and protect value for shareholders (shareholder capitalism) to the view that corporations are better able to deliver long-term value to shareholders when they understand and address the needs of their customers, employees, investors, regulators and other key stakeholders (stakeholder capitalism).
Our panelists will discuss how boards can better communicate how their company is creating long-term value for a wide set of stakeholders. They will look at approaches for identifying, measuring and reporting on key drivers of long-term value and consider recent market-driven approaches and regulatory views on measuring and communicating corporate value with an expanded and longer-term perspective.
The panel, moderated by Steve Klemash, Americas Leader of the EY Center for Board Matters, includes:
- Marc Siegel, Partner, Financial Accounting Advisory Services, Ernst & Young LLP and SASB board member
- Mark Weinberger: former EY Global Chairman and CEO
- Sarah Williamson: CEO, FCLTGlobal and board member at Evercore Inc.