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Issue 28: Managing Boardroom Risk

An Interview With H. Rodgin Cohen, Senior Chairman at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

Above is an audio excerpt of a recent interview C-Suite magazine conducted with Mr. Cohen. Mr. Cohen shared his experiences in assisting firms through the financial crisis, as well as insight and lessons learned from the numerous policies he has covered during his practice that have been integral in shaping current corporate governance and regulatory policies.

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H. Rodgin Cohen is Senior Chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, having served as Chairman from 2000 to 2009. The primary focus of Mr. Cohen’s practice is regulatory, enforcement, acquisition and securities law matters for U.S. and non-U.S. financial institutions and their trade associations, and corporate governance matters for a wide variety of organizations.

Mr. Cohen advises the financial services industry on the full range of governance, regulatory, compliance, enforcement and merger and acquisition matters, including multiagency investigations relating to compliance with anti-money laundering and sanctions issues. He frequently works with all the bank regulatory agencies as well as multiple other governmental agencies. Key recent matters include the Volcker Rule, numerous other provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act, international capital and liquidity standards, resolution and resolution planning. He provides corporate governance advice to a large number of financial and non-financial institutions, both regular clients and as special assignments, and is also a frequent advisor on the rise of strategic and corporate governance activism. An increasing part of Mr. Cohen’s advice to senior management, banks and trade associations has related to cybersecurity.

Issue 28: Managing Boardroom Risk

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