Looking Ahead Video Series

DirectorCorps and Nasdaq have teamed up to create a boardroom leadership program that surfaces key industry and cross industry strategy issues for executive teams and their boards. Focusing on peer to peer insight and professional expertise. Each episode focuses on decisions that are discussed in the boardroom. Hosted by our CEO, Al Dominick, these videos and podcasts are filmed and recorded at the Nasdaq Marketsite and offer both industry trends and real life examples of corporate leadership.

Preventing the Compensation Crisis

October 29, 2019 All Industries Crisis Management

Public companies face real scrutiny when it comes to how they compensate their senior teams. In this edition of Looking Ahead, Matt Stinner, Managing Director of Semler Brossy Consulting Group, and Marc Treviño, Partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discuss elements that can contribute to a compensation crisis.

Regulatory Trends Impacting Public Companies

September 10, 2019 All Industries Activism

The United States may no longer be the country for entrepreneurs to try out new technology and break things, says Ed Knight, executive vice president and global chief legal and policy officer at Nasdaq. He and Melissa Sawyer, partner at Sullivan & Cromwell, discuss some of the emerging issues in regulation and how regulators are changing their focus.

How to Create a Culture of Technological Creativity

August 27, 2019 All Industries Growth

Georgette Kiser, a member of the executive team at The Carlyle Group, one of the largest private equity firms in the world, and Kristen Pross, chief product manager at Nasdaq corporate services, talk to Al Dominick, CEO of DirectorCorps, about why the chief information officer is coming to board meetings and what’s exciting them most.

What’s Driving Healthcare M&A

July 30, 2019 Healthcare M&A

Keith Pagnani of the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell and Andrew Rymer of the investment bank Centerview Partners talk about what’s driving healthcare deals and what the regulatory process looks like for transactions.