Bruce Aronson presented his in-depth investment thesis at Japan Investing Summit 2012.
Corporate governance expert Bruce Aronson will go back to first principles to address the basic problems in Japanese corporate governance and the extent to which current corporate governance reform efforts, spurred in part by the Olympus [Tokyo: 7733] scandal, are likely to address them. In this session, you will not only benefit from Professor Aronson’s expertise on Japan but also his wisdom on comparative corporate governance. This will allow you to assess the Japanese model in the context of other governance regimes such as in the U.S. and elsewhere in order to gain a holistic perspective on the key issues facing investors in Japan.
About the instructor:
Bruce Aronson is a professor of law at Creighton University School of Law in Omaha, Nebraska, and is currently on a Fulbright scholarship at Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, where his research focuses on comparative corporate governance. Mr. Aronson received his Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude with distinction, from Boston University in 1974 and his Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School in 1977. Following graduation, he engaged in research in Japan and at Columbia Law School and then entered private practice. He was a corporate partner at the New York City law firm of Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP (1989-2000), where he was co-chair of the Financial Services Group. Prior to joining Creighton he spent two years each as a Senior Fulbright Researcher at the University of Tokyo and as an Associate Research Scholar at Columbia Law School.
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