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This replay was recorded on October 31, 2017.
About This MeetingOver the last several years, more ESOP companies have decided to move to more formal boards. Many have outside members, but even those with all insiders are often taking a more active role. This Webinar looks at what makes an effective board. Should there be outside directors? What should their qualifications and compensation be? Should there be non-management employees on the board? Should board members be fiduciaries? Should plan advisors be on the board? What should board duties be and what makes boards most productive?
You will learn:
- Who should be on a board and what they should do.
- How ESOP company boards differ from conventional boards.
|Board Duties Roles and Best Practices |
Neil M.Brozen, Ventura ESOP Advisory
|How Should the Board and Fiduciaries Interact?, Neil M. Brozen|
Neil M. Brozen
Ventura ESOP Fiduciary ServicesNeil managed 175 ESOP transactions and 70 ongoing ESOP while working for two institutional trustees from 2005 through April 2016. He began Ventura ESOP Fiduciary Services in July 2016, served as transactional trustee for 40 ESOPs and has 70 ongoing clients. Neil is a director for the NCEO, a frequent national speaker on ESOP issues and wrote chapters for several NCEO publications. He has worked for the IRS, several private companies, and his own management consulting firm.