Fuente: www.consultant-news.com Fecha: 13.10.2010
Three PwC partners among '100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance'
PwC US announced that Catherine Bromilow, partner with the Firm's US Corporate Governance Group, Corporate Governance Group leader John Barry, and Dennis M. Nally, Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International, have been named to the National Association of Corporate Directors' (NACD) "100 Most Influential People in Corporate Governance" list.
Bromilow, who along with Nally and Barry, are recognized in the "auditors" category, is one of only 15 women on the list. She advises clients on strategies to achieve enhanced transparency, greater director accountability and on providing shareholders with a voice in certain boardroom decisions.
"We work with clients on corporate governance matters to add value to their businesses," Bromilow, said. "Right now, our clients are asking us about current topics in the environment, such as proxy access and succession planning so they can stay up to speed with the different governance issues."
The NACD Directors 100 recognizes influencers in all spheres of corporate governance. In addition to Directors, CEOs, Regulators/Rule Makers and Auditors, categories include: Governance Policy Makers, the Media, Investors, Compensation Consultants, Executive Recruiters, Corporate Governance Advisors, Corporate Secretaries, General Counsel and Corporate Governance Officers, Professors and Strategists and the Hall of Fame.
"Under the leadership that Dennis Nally is providing at PwC, John Barry and Catherine Bromilow continue to play important roles in advancing the knowledge of directors. Their collective efforts help their clients provide effective board leadership," said Ken Daly, President and CEO of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
NACD Directorship surveyed 15,000 public company directors and executives to arrive at the 2010 Directorship 100 honorees. The list is published in the September 2010 issue of NACD Directorship, the official magazine of the NACD.