Rising Stars of Corporate Governance Award – Each year, the Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia Law School presents the annual Rising Stars of Corporate Governance Awards.
This award recognizes people who, while young and possibly new to the field of corporate governance, are making their marks as outstanding analysts, experts, activists, or managers. Recipients may represent any of the many bodies that comprise the world of corporate governance: corporations, academic bodies, institutional investors, auditors, advisory firms, rating agencies, proxy services, professional associations, and others.
Rising Stars Criteria
A selection committee assesses candidates on criteria including:
- Past accomplishments
- Thought leadership
- Future projects and potential
- Leadership and character
The selection committee reserves authority in considering and applying the judging criteria.
Nominees must be younger than 40 years old as of the date of the award ceremony. Candidates can be based anywhere worldwide, but must possess a record of outstanding performance in corporate governance that marks them from their peers. Award winners are announced at the annual Millstein Governance Forum.
Rising Stars Due Date
Nominations will be open until Friday, October 7, 2016. Winners will be announced at the 2016 Millstein Governance Forum in New York City.
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About the Millstein Center
The mission of the Center is to bring world class scholarship, research and academic rigor to the vital task of restoring and strengthening long-term financing of innovative and durable public corporations, which are the underpinning of economic growth.
This mission is essential given today’s capital markets which are global, complex and volatile, and bring consequences and uncertainties to those who rely on them: companies, investors, and ultimately the wider economy.
The value of the Center’s research will be enhanced through active engagement with practitioners by.
- Sponsoring and undertaking pertinent academic research;
- Teaching courses and hosting on-campus guest speakers;
- Convening conferences, workshops, and roundtables;
- Publishing papers and briefings based on research or events;
- Facilitating vital market institutions or networks, as needed.
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