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CPRT Expert Dialogue with Bruce Freed, President & Cofounder of The Center for Political Accountability
June 29, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm EDT
As campaigning starts up for 2022, companies face critical decisions about how to align their political influence with their public commitments and shifting expectations from employees, investors, customers and the public. How can firms respond to expectations of greater transparency, knowing over 76% of Americans from all parties expect full disclosure? How should firms think about 2022 mid-term giving in light of increased scrutiny and real implications for civic institutions, social justice and public trust? What disclosure should companies prepare for in the future as the SEC evaluates public comments on climate change and ESG-related disclosures?
Please join us on June 29 from 3:00 – 4:15 pm ET for an in-depth dialogue with Bruce Freed, President & Cofounder of the Center for Political Accountability. Bruce and CPRT Director, Elizabeth Doty, will explore:
– CPA-Zicklin Model Code of Conduct for Corporate Political Spending
– Scenarios and strategies to prepare for SEC political spending disclosure rules
– Strategies for navigating the pressures around 2022 fundraising
Bruce Freed is the President & Cofounder of the Center for Political Accountability and developer of the new CPA-Wharton Zicklin Model Code of Conduct for Corporate Political Spending.
The Corporate Political Responsibility Taskforce (CPRT) provides forums, foresight and frameworks to help companies better align their political influences with their commitments to values, purpose, sustainability and stakeholders. Our Expert Dialogues are in-depth, recorded conversations where our Expert Affiliates, Stakeholder Advisors, Network Partners and other colleagues share their expertise and answer questions about pressing CPR issues.