SOURCE: The Corporate Library

The Corporate Library

June 16, 2009 10:45 ET

The Corporate Library to Host Conference on The Future of Corporate Reform

Forum to Provide Public Fund Managers With Insight and Tools to Repair Markets

PORTLAND, ME--(Marketwire - June 16, 2009) - The Corporate Library, the leading source for independent corporate governance information and risk analysis, is pleased to announce "The Future of Corporate Reform," a conference designed to give public fund managers and trustees the knowledge and tools to create long-term value, shape corporate reform, and repair the markets. The conference will take place at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, CA, from September 8-10, 2009.

Attendees will join institutional investors and leading academic and political thinkers at this exclusive conference, as they provide solutions through changes in investment strategy, litigation and public policy to restructure the public corporation and ensure it delivers on the promise of wealth creation for shareholders and society.

The conference is co-sponsored by the law firm Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP and class action claims administrator Gilardi & Co. LLC.

The conference's robust agenda will cover such topics as "The New Financial Order - Global Trends that Fund Trustees Need to Understand," "The Global Equity Markets in the New Financial Order," "Change In the Boardroom," "The Future of Policy - The 'Watchful Eye,'" "Securities Litigation as a Tool For Reform," and "The Future of Investing." Sessions will be led by an impressive assembly of investors, academics, policy-makers, and influential thought-leaders from the private and public sectors.

An exciting schedule of networking activities will offer attendees a taste of San Diego like no other.

For more information or to register for this unique and informative conference, visit

About The Corporate Library

Now celebrating its tenth year, The Corporate Library is an independent research firm that provides corporate governance information products, research services and data to a broad variety of clients including institutional investors, corporations, D&O liability insurers, law firms, accounting firms, executive search firms, academic institutions and the media. The Corporate Library produces the definitive ratings of U.S. corporate boards of directors, allowing businesses that subscribe to the service to evaluate governance as an element of investment and other risk. The Corporate Library is also a leading publisher of corporate governance reports and studies, including reports on CEO employment contracts, governance practices, mutual fund proxy voting, and executive and director compensation, which its analysts compile using its extensive database of over 3,200 public companies and over 47,000 executives and directors. Additional information on The Corporate Library and its suite of online corporate governance data and analysis products can be found on its website at

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