Trace Blankenship Presents "Private and Family-Owned Company Boards: What Directors, Owner/Executives and their Professional Advisers Need to Know Now about the Evolving Corporate Governance Landscape"
Trace Blankenship presented “Private and Family-Owned Company Boards: What Directors, Owner/Executives and their Professional Advisers Need to Know Now about the Evolving Corporate Governance Landscape," during the first week of July to Vistage International's Nashville Trusted Providers Group.
Trace concentrates his practice on mergers and acquisitions, securities transactions, and corporate governance for public and private companies, and he summarized to the group some essential principles that directors and owner/executives of private companies can use to reduce the risk of disputes and potentially benefit the bottom line when making "bet-the-farm" decisions and changes that affect the stakeholders. Vistage International was founded in 1957 and is a respected worldwide chief executive leadership organization with more than 14,500 members. Vistage’s Executive Leadership Program provides access to new ideas and fresh thinking through monthly peer workshops, one-on-one business coaching, speaker presentations from industry experts, social networking and an extensive online content library of articles, best practices, podcasts and webinars. Trace is a member of Vistage International's Nashville Trusted Provider Group.