In this episode of Looking Ahead, David Ingles and Stephen Amdur, partners at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, focus on the rapidly evolving financial industry.
June 22, 2021
June 11, 2021
April 29, 2021
In this episode of Looking Ahead, Indivar Khosla, Microsoft’s Vice President of Financial Services, US, forecasts which digital capabilities can help financial services differentiate themselves from their competitors.
To hear more from Microsoft on the future of financial services and to gain additional insights from industry leaders and inspirational change agents, join us in attending Envision: U.S. Financial Services Summit Series on May 12, 2021.
April 16, 2021
What role should the board play when it comes to digital transformation? In this episode of Looking Ahead, we gain the perspective of three executives from Crowe on how the board can assess their current delivery models, consult the proper leaders on their team when considering a digital shift and measure the results of a transformation project.
Directors and senior executives have critical roles to play in leading the effort to digitally transform companies of all sizes and in all industries.
October 19, 2020
Financial technology company nCino recently enjoyed a well-received IPO. In this first virtually recorded episode of Looking Ahead, Al Dominick talks to nCino’s CEO, Pierre Naudé, about investor interest, board transition and maintaining company culture after going public.
As CEOs take pay cuts to show solidarity with workers, compensation committees are turning to building bonus structures for 2021 and beyond. But the process of tying bonuses to the right metrics to incentivize management has changed under the current economic landscape.
Activist investors have a large war chest that could see them going on a spending spree, as certain stocks remain highly deflated. How boards manage the Covid-19 response could determine whether they set their sights on the company.
Many retailers faced major issues prior to the crisis, which has led to threats on their future with sales plummeting due to shelter-in-place orders. Now, as states reopen, how retailers respond could determine their survival.