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OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FINANCIAL TIMES

As the cycle of innovation continues to turn and market pressures escalate, business leaders from every industry are facing unique challenges. In partnership with the Financial Times, we have launched an exclusive ongoing series, Tomorrow’s Global Business, which takes a closer look at the topics and trends we see impacting our clients’ global business in the year ahead. Through a series of exclusive events around the world, we will examine how businesses can stay nimble and relevant in today’s changing marketplace.

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THE BOARD AS CREATOR AND PROTECTOR OF CORPORATE VALUE: ALIGNING WITH CHANGING EXPECTATION
As markets and their demands have grown in complexity, the range of issues that today’s boards have to tackle has steadily expanded. Read More
Governance and Regulation
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Brexit: What’s Next for Our Clients

What are key issues clients need to keep in mind?
Growth markets
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CHINA’S CHAMPIONS IN THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

Case Study: Xiaomi
Shou Zi Chew, Chief Financial Officer, Xiaomi
Growth markets
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CHINA’S CHAMPIONS IN THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

Panel: China's Global Champions
Tom Mitchell, Financial Times Beijing Bureau Chief moderates 
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Growth Markets
SAO PAULO / APRIL 2017
Growth markets
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CHINA’S CHAMPIONS IN THE NEW GLOBAL ECONOMY

Panel: Investing Globally and Financing Growth
Tom Mitchell, Financial Times Beijing Bureau Chief moderates.
Raising Captial
Article
THE DIGITAL BOARD: PROFITING FROM A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT
The digital boardroom is still a work in progress. Read More
Partner's Perspectives
Opinion
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Elizabeth Noe
Partner, Corporate Department
Atlanta
Over the last few years, boards have focused on an increasing variety of issues that affect company operations, including new areas such as cybersecurity and data protection Read More
Partner's Perspectives
Opinion
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Tara Giunta
Partner, Litigation Department
Washington, D.C.
Cybersecurity
Boards are facing new risks with increasing frequency and with swift implications for their companies, shareholders, executives, and themselves, particularly given the prevalence of activist shareholders. Read More
Governance & Regulations
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THE CROSS-BORDER DEAL AT A CROSSROAD: CHARTING A NEW DIRECTION
Will the recent seismic shift in popular political attitudes about globalisation affect the way that corporates tackle international expansion? Read More
Partner's Perspectives
Opinion
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Chad Peterman
Partner, Litigation Department
New York
Technology
Convergence between the tech and life sciences sectors is likely to increase in pace over the next year. Read More
Governance & Regulations
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WOMEN STILL STRUGGLE TO JOIN BOARDS WHERE TARGETS ARE ABSENT
Despite government initiatives, the number of female executive directors has increased only slightly Read More
Partner's Perspectives
Opinion
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Ronan O'Sullivan
Partner, Corporate Department
London
It is unlikely that there will be much change in the governance and regulation of cross-border deals over the next 18-24 months. Read More

ADDITIONAL EVENTS

View videos from a few of our past forums co-hosted with the Financial Times held in key markets around the world – from Mexico City to Paris to Seoul.

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Top business leaders from Banco de Mexico, Telefonica, IMF, and more gathered in Mexico City at our exclusive forum to share their insights on the impact of Mexico’s reforms and the outlook for international investment in 2015 and beyond.
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In association with Cercle Montesquieu, our “Art of the Deal” forum assessed the outlook for cross-border mergers and acquisitions as a model for growth and corporate development in an increasingly complex global economy.
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Co-sponsored with the Financial Times, KOTRA, and InvestKorea, we brought together senior executives from Korean and multinational organizations to discuss the opportunities and challenges created by the rise in Korean outbound investment.