Remediation Strategies

Based on the gaps in performance found in the quantitative and qualitative audits, remediation strategies are developed to help clients meet published standards of best governance practice. Remediation strategies are also designed to meet the board’s own stated internal goals that may extend beyond the guidelines. Such strategies include independent director searches; defensive planning, such as poison pill plan revisions to thwart takeover attempts; board de-classification planning; director training in financial accounting, technology, and risk management areas; guideline and policy manual development; and investor communication programs.