CommPRO.biz News Alert
WHAT: CommPRO.biz – a B2B digital publisher and professional development site serving the public relations/investor relations, marketing, advertising and corporate communications sectors—will offer a free webinar on Tuesday, December 13, at 2 p.m. ET, exploring the topic “How A Trump Presidency May Impact Shareholder Activism.”
The panel of industry experts will take a deep dive into what activist investors and shareholders may expect to see in the coming four years.
Moderator Keith E. Gottfried , Partner and Shareholder Activism Defense Practice Leader at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, will be joined by:
●Steven Balet, Managing Director – Strategic Communications, FTI Consulting, Inc.
●Stephen L. Brown, Senior Advisor, KPMG Board Leadership Center
●Arthur B. Crozier, Chairman, Innisfree M&A Incorporated
●Daniel Kerstein, Managing Director, Head of Strategic Finance, Barclays Investment Bank
●Andrew S. Ricci, Vice President, LEVICK
Topics to be explored will include:
●How activists will fare under a Trump administration
●Whether a Trump administration will foster a climate that is more or less friendly to shareholder activism
●How a Trump administration’s policies could impact the types of campaigns that activists look to pursue and the industries that are targeted
WHEN: 2 p.m. ET, Tuesday, December 13, 2016
WHERE: Register Here
MEDIA: Media are welcome to attend.
ABOUT: With less than forty days remaining until Donald J. Trump is inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, it remains far from clear how activists will fare under a Trump administration and whether a Trump administration will foster a climate that is more or less friendly to shareholder activism. For this timely webinar, we have assembled a panel that combines experts from the political and shareholder activism arenas to discuss how a Trump administration and its policies could impact the climate for shareholder activism, the types of campaigns that activists look to pursue and the companies and industries that are targeted