Tapestry is actively working to achieve progress on a range of challenging "messes" – but we're not stopping there. We are now exploring the formation of networks to address other important issues including consumer protection and shale development.
The financial services industry is facing its greatest challenge in a lifetime. As the industry rebuilds, members of our financial services networks explore new ideas for addressing a crisis in governance, management, and perception.
More than 250 board directors and executives from leading companies in North America and Europe work with Tapestry to strengthen board and executive leadership, develop new approaches, and enhance trust in capital markets.
Addressing the complex challenges facing European healthcare requires innovation and private/public collaboration. Tapestry's healthcare networks work across constituency, geography, and sector to make healthcare more accessible and sustainable.
Financial Services Leadership Summit
This past October 5-6, 2016, more than 80 directors, executives, regulators, fintech entrepreneurs, and other experts discussed the extraordinary changes happening across the financial services landscape at the Financial Services Leadership Summit. Read more here.
The Impact of Digital Technologies on Internal Audit
EACLN members were joined by Jonathan Blackmore, senior partner at EY, and Hans Winters, chief audit officer at Siemens, for a discussion of how digital technologies are presenting both challenges and opportunities for internal audit departments.
Compensation's Relationship to Culture and Reputation
In light of the crisis arising from Wells Fargo’s recent settlements to resolve a multi-year fraud investigation, compensation committee chairs discussed how compensation and incentive programs can affect a company’s culture and reputation.
Audit Committee Leadership Network in North America
Audit Committee Chair, Altria and Marriott International