Corporate governance requires balancing complicated competing interests under the intense spotlight of regulatory, operational, fiduciary, political, communications and market factors. It requires the application of judgment, legal analysis, and practical decision-making in a real-time environment where decisions are likely to be second-guessed and sometimes reviewed by the courts.
At CERTA, we understand that the best way to avoid a corporate governance crisis is to plan for it; and that often the most successfully resolved crises are the ones that no one hears about. But when an issue is in the spotlight, we bring to bear an unparalleled array of resources and expertise, including regulation, disclosure, corporate law, communications policy, compliance practices, privacy, fiduciary duties, investor relations and experience-based business judgment.
We are experienced in guiding boards of directors, special committees and management on the full range of governance issues that confront them. In fact, our multidisciplinary, business-focused approach to addressing these issues has been relied on by many local and regional companies.