Conference on Long-Term Ownership
Long-term ownership of business companies has recently become a topic of great interest to academics, policy-makers and business people. There is concern that volatile stock markets, media pressures and intense global competition lead to short-termism and irresponsibility in business management and company behavior. Long-term owners – families, foundations, governments and some financial investors - have the capacity and the incentives to steer their companies towards sustainable long-term value creation. However, long-termism is no panacea. Much depends on how long-term ownership is exercised in practice and the ability to avoid the pitfalls of procrastination, cronyism or nepotism. The conference therefore focuses on how long-term ownership should be governed to create value for business and society.
Confirmed academic speakers
Professor Colin Mayer, University of Oxford
Professor Ronald Gilson, Columbia and Stanford University
Professor Majken Schultz, Copenhagen Business School
Professor Henry Hansmann, Yale Law School
Professor Eugenio Barcellona, University of Eastern Piedmont
Professor Sangin Park, Seoul National University
Professor Morten Bennedsen, Copenhagen University and INSEAD
Confirmed business speakers
Boardmember Johannes Burger, Interogo Foundation
CEO Jeppe Christiansen, Maj Invest
CEO Ong Boon Hwee, Stewardship Asia Center
Chairman Flemming Besenbacher, Carlsberg Foundation
Chairman Luca Garavoglia, Davide Campari Milano
CEO Christian Hyldahl, ATP Group
Chairman Sten Scheibye, The Danish Industrial Foundation
Venue: Porcelænshaven 20, Ovnhallen, Copenhagen Business School
Conference Organizers: The Center for Corporate Governance, Copenhagen Business School, and the Board Leadership Society of Denmark.
Professor Steen Thomsen, Copenhagen Business School, email@example.com
CEO Tom Jacobsgaard, The Board Leadership Society, firstname.lastname@example.org
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