Highly interactive and panel driven, the roundtable sessions bring together board directors, audit committee members, senior executives, and leaders in governance to discuss challenges, emerging trends, and leading practices affecting the oversight of financial reporting and related risks.
Dramatic change, disruption, and uncertainty continue to shake up long-held strategic assumptions and require an ever-sharper focus on what’s ahead. Developing a vivid picture of the future—what will the business and industry look like in one, three, five or more years out?—is essential today as companies consider how that future will impact strategy.
To that end, KPMG’s Spring Director Roundtable Series explored:
|Cities hosted in 2019|
Board directors and C-level executives
Register for this Roundtable Series online. There is no fee for this event. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us toll-free at 1-808-KPMG or email us at email@example.com. Your registration acceptance will be confirmed before the event.
This program qualifies for continuing professional education (CPE) credits, although state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credits. For purposes of CPE credits, this course is classified as an update on key challenges and leading practices for board directors and audit committee members and is eligible for two to three credits. For questions regarding CPE credits for this program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, this program is eligible for NACD collaborative credits good toward Fellowship with NACD. For questions regarding these credits or the Fellowships, please contact NACD at Fellowships@NACDonline.org. There are no prerequisites, and there is no advance preparation required for these events.
About KPMG’s Director Roundtable Series
The roundtable series is hosted by the KPMG Board Leadership Center in cities across the country every spring (May/June). Highly interactive and panel driven, the roundtable sessions bring together board directors, audit committee members, senior executives, and leaders in governance to discuss challenges, emerging trends, and leading practices affecting the oversight of financial reporting and related risks.