Board Oversight and Compliance Webinar: Current Regulatory Landscape and Staying Ahead
Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm EST
Corpedia and Corporate Board Member, NYSE Euronext companies have teamed up with Marsh, the leader in global risk management services to provide a Board Compliance Oversight and Governance Diagnostic.
The alliance combines Corpedia’s expertise in governance, risk and compliance education and advisory services, and Corporate Board Member’s expertise in providing senior officers and directors with governance and compliance resources, with Marsh’s directors and officers liability (D&O) expertise, powerful analytical platform, and claims advocacy support. Together, they will provide directors and officers with unrivaled advisory services and resources they need to make informed decisions on compliance-related trends and issues.
Join us on April 10, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. EDT for an in-depth discussion into what the Board Compliance Oversight and Governance Diagnostic can do for your organization.
This diagnostic will assess:
• Governance practices like frequency of meetings and rotation of location
• Exposure of your board to different employee groups
• Depth and nature of compliance material being presented to your board
• Current practices in board training
Click here to request the recording and supporting materials from this webinar.
Senior Compliance Counsel, Compliance Advisory Services, Corpedia, an NYSE Euronext Company
Eric Morehead is Senior Compliance Counsel for Compliance Advisory Services for Corpedia, Inc., a leading ethics, compliance, and risk assessment consulting company and licensed credentialing partner of the Ethisphere Institute. Mr. Morehead works with Corpedia’s varied clients to build and enhance their compliance programs. This work includes compliance program creation and assessment utilizing the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and industry best practices as the foundation for review. Mr. Morehead also aids organizations by creating Codes of Conduct and policies, by providing training on specific ethics and compliance topics such as anti-corruption, and by providing detailed benchmarking information and program recommendations.
Prior to joining Corpedia, Mr. Morehead was an Assistant General Counsel of the United States Sentencing Commission in Washington, DC. In this position, he was responsible for assisting members of the Commission by researching, developing, and drafting amendments of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines, with a particular focus on the Organizational Sentencing Guidelines. In addition, in this role he chaired the policy team that revised and strengthened organizational ethics and compliance best practices. Previous to his role with the U.S. Sentencing Commission, Mr. Morehead was a litigation associate at Hinton, Sussman, Bailey & Davidson in Houston, Texas, focusing on white-collar and regulatory cases where he represented clients at trial and before various agencies including SEC, OSHA and CFTC. His litigation experience includes representing clients facing violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, antitrust laws, and other serious fraud allegations. A frequent speaker at ethics and compliance related events, Mr. Morehead’s experience in dealing with serious ethics and compliance failures, coupled with his knowledge of government policy and expectations, can provide valuable insight for organizations.
Mr. Morehead received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University and a Juris Doctor from South Texas College of Law.
Managing Director, Marsh
Jack is a veteran of the insurance industry with over 25 years’ experience. While at Marsh, Jack has held several senior management positions in Claims, PEMA (Private Equity Mergers and Acquisitions), Professions Practice and running the New York office for FINPRO. He currently advises and negotiates complex claim workouts on a broad range of Financial and Professional Liability lines, consulting with clients and colleagues around settlement strategies as well as coverage considerations attendant to transactional exposures. Jack’s long-standing relationships at the most senior level in the insurance marketplace, both on the underwriting and claims sides, enables him to provide valuable insight as to how disputes around coverage should be resolved. He also provides consultation on placement strategy, construction of tailored endorsement language, and negotiations with senior underwriters and coverage counsel on behalf of our clients.
Jack began his career in the claims department of American International Group (AIG) in 1985, and held several senior positions there in both underwriting and claims capacities. His fourteen year career in the insurance brokerage arena has included four years as a Managing Director for Beecher Carlson and a previous tenure at Marsh, during which he led the New York operation and helped to pioneer the field of Claims Advocacy on such coverage lines as Directors and Officers Liability, Employment Practices Liability, ERISA/Fiduciary Liability, all forms of Professional Liability, Crime/Fidelity, and Special Risk.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Queens College and a Juris Doctorate from Touro College School of Law. He is a frequent speaker at Continuing Education programs and other professional gatherings on topics of concern to the risk management community, and has authored or co-authored numerous articles on insurance coverage.