ECGI Annual Members' Meeting 2018

ECGI Annual Members' Meeting 2018

  • 03 - 04 May 2018
  • ESMT, Berlin

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The 2018 ECGI Annual Members' Meeting took place at ESMT, Berlin on 3 - 4 May 2018. 

Open to the public:

Focus Panel (3 May)

Oxford-Style Debate (3 May)

Annual Lecture (4 May)

Working Paper Prizegiving (4 May)

 

Members only:

Members dinner (3 May)

EGM and AGM (4 May)

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Information

Address:
Schloßpl. 1, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Contact:
Elaine McPartlan
European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)

3 May - Day 1

13:30

Registration

15:30

Tea/ coffee break

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Oxford Union-style debate - "This House believes that Brussels should have the power to block foreign takeovers"

Time:
16:00h
- 17:30h

The Oxford Union-style debate - "This House believes that Brussels should have the power to block foreign takeovers" which took place at the ECGI Annual Members' Meeting at ESMT Berlin in 2018. Arguing for the Proposition: Levin Holle (German Federal Ministry of Finance) and Peter Montagnon (Institute of Business Ethics). Arguing for the Opposition: Professors John C. Coffee (Columbia Law) and Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden (University of Mannheim). The debate was chaired by Lisa Rabbe (ECGI).

Discussants

4 May - Day 2

08:30

Registration for ECGI AGM- ESMT

09:00

ECGI- EGM & AGM

10:30

Tea/ coffee break

11:00

Annual Lecture - “Is Big Data a Challenge for Boards?”

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Annual Lecture - “Is Big Data a Challenge for Boards?”

Time:
11:00h

The ECGI Annual Lecture 2018, delivered by Prof. Antoinette Schoar, Michael M. Koerner (49’) Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, at ESMT Berlin. The title of the lecture was: "Is Big Data a Challenge for Boards?"

Speakers

Conference Documents

12:15

ECGI 2018 Working Paper Prizes (Law & Finance)

12:45

Light Reception

Speakers

Mr
Levin Holle

Presentations

Video: 

Oxford Union-style debate - "This House believes that Brussels should have the power to block foreign takeovers"

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Oxford Union-style debate - "This House believes that Brussels should have the power to block foreign takeovers"

Time:
16:00h
- 17:30h

The Oxford Union-style debate - "This House believes that Brussels should have the power to block foreign takeovers" which took place at the ECGI Annual Members' Meeting at ESMT Berlin in 2018. Arguing for the Proposition: Levin Holle (German Federal Ministry of Finance) and Peter Montagnon (Institute of Business Ethics). Arguing for the Opposition: Professors John C. Coffee (Columbia Law) and Ernst-Ludwig von Thadden (University of Mannheim). The debate was chaired by Lisa Rabbe (ECGI).

Discussants

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Annual Members Dinner - Refugium Restaurant

Time:
19:00h

The 2018 Members' Dinner speaker was Dr. Eckhard Cordes, German Industrialist with over 20 years experience working on 13 separate boards in various geographic regions. Watch Dr. Cordes impart his views and share his experiences with ECGI members.

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Annual Lecture - “Is Big Data a Challenge for Boards?”

Time:
11:00h

The ECGI Annual Lecture 2018, delivered by Prof. Antoinette Schoar, Michael M. Koerner (49’) Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, at ESMT Berlin. The title of the lecture was: "Is Big Data a Challenge for Boards?"

Speakers

Conference Documents

Panel Discussions

Video: 

Focus Panel - Common Ownership: Antitrust Meets Corporate Governance- keynote presentation by Prof. Xavier Vives