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CII’s podcast is one of many platforms CII offers members to access timely information and perspectives and to increase public attention to critical issues and developments in corporate governance and capital markets. The target audience for our podcast is CII Members, other institutional investors, public companies, securities lawyers, proxy advisory firms and other institutional investor service providers.The podcast is free to the public and available on all major podcast listening platforms, and is not sponsored or paid for by advertisements.
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In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Rachel Thompson, Professor at the College of Business at North Dakota State University. Professor Thompson is the author of a recent research paper entitled “Reporting Misstatements as Revisions: An evaluation of Managers’ Use of Materiality Discretion.”
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of November 30 - January 4.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Michael Klausner, the Nancy and Charles Munger Professor of Business and Professor of Law, at Stanford Law School. Last year, Professor Klausner co-authored a research paper entitled “A Sober Look at SPACs.” Based on research from January 2019 through June 2000, the paper found three disconcerting features of special purpose acquisitions companies: (1) SPAC shares were highly dilutive; (2) the post-merger performance of SPAC shares were quite low; and (3) SPAC sponsors’ returns were extraordinarily high.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Daniel J. Taylor, Associate Professor of Accounting at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. On November 10th Professor Taylor, together with over 30 other accounting and financial economics scholars, filed a memorandum as amici curie in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York in the case of George Assad versus E.Merge Technology Acquisition Corp. 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of November 1 -30.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor Ethan Rouen, assistant professor of business administration in the Accounting and Management Unit and faculty co-chair of the Impact-Weighted Accounts Project at Harvard Business School. 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professors Gladriel & Jarrod Shobe of Brigham Young University Law School. The Professors are co-authors of a recent research paper entitled “The Dual Class Spectrum.”
In this episode, CII Senior Research Analyst Lucy Nussbaum interviews Professor Daniel Preston of Indiana University. Professor Preston has developed a survey for CII members on challenges faced by institutional investors in pursuing SDG-aligned investment opportunities in Africa.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor Joshua Mitts of Columbia University School of Law. Professor Mitts is the co-author of recent research paper entitled "The Index-Fund Dilemma: An Empirical Study of the Lending-Voting Tradeoff."
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor Jules H. van Binsbergen of the University of Pennsylvania. Professor van Binsbergen is the co-author of recent paper entitled “The Impact of Impact Investing.”
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of October 4 to November 1 .
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professors Steven Boivie and Michael Withers of Texas A&M University, and Scott Griffin of the University of Georgia. Along with Professor Kevin Corley of Arizona State University, the professors are co-authors of a recent research article entitled “Corporate directors’ implicit theories of the roles and duties of boards.”
In this episode, CII General Counsel interviews Fred Fox, Partner at Kaplan Fox, on the topic of current legal issues relating SPACs and shareholder litigation. 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of August 31 - October 4.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Robert K. Kry, a Founding Partner of the law firm of MoloLamken. Kry provides a preview  of investor-related issues that are expected to be addressed during the 2021-2022 term of the Supreme Court of the United States which starts on October 4.
After the 2021 proxy season, headlines were rife with stories about investors pushing back against overly generous CEO pay packages and compensation that did not align with lagging corporate performance. In this episode, CII Editor Rosemary Lally speaks with Julian Hamud, senior director of executive compensation research for Glass Lewis, about what this means for say on pay. 
After the 2021 proxy season, headlines were rife with stories about investors pushing back against overly generous CEO pay packages and compensation that did not align with lagging corporate performance. In this episode, CII Editor Rosemary Lally speaks with  Galen Spielman, senior associate of U.S. compensation research at ISS, about what this means for say on pay. 
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney discusses developments in corporate governance and related CII advocacy activities in connection with the Administration’s initiative to reform the U.S. financial regulatory system for the period of August 2-31.
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor B. Espen Eckbo,  the Tuck Centennial Chair Professor of Finance at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.  Professor Eckbo is the co-author of a recent research paper entitled “Valuation Effects of Norway’s Board Gender-Quota Law Revisited.”
In this episode, CII General Counsel Jeff Mahoney interviews Professor Madison Condon, Associate Professor at Boston University's  School of Law . Professor Condon is the co-author of a recent research paper entitled “Market Myopia’s Climate Bubble.”
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