By women for women: Seminar for female supervisory board members

Invitation

Due to its duty to monitor the executive board, the supervisory board is of particular importance in a company’s management level. Every individual member of the supervisory board must acquire the skills and knowledge required for such purpose.

By means of our seminar for female supervisory board members, we wish to teach you the basic principles so you can efficiently fulfill your tasks. The seminar’s focus is in particular on the supervisory board members’ rights and duties, the regulatory framework as well as theoretical and practical tax-related and financial basic knowledge: by women for women.

Our experienced consultants from the sectors law, tax and auditing wish to not only offer you content-related training but also the possibility of targeted networking. Therefore, we will provide sufficient networking opportunity by means of a get-together on the evening before the seminar but also by means of our workshops and substantive debates.

The event will take place on 30 September 2016 and will start at 09:00 a.m. at the Hilton Frankfurt City Centre, Hochstraße 4 in 60313 Frankfurt am Main.

Our get-together will take place on 29 September from 07:00 p.m. also at the Hilton Frankfurt City Centre.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Verena von Tresckow-Bronke

 

 

Agenda

09:00 a.m.

Official welcome

Verena von Tresckow-Bronke, German CPA/Tax Advisor, Partner, Baker Tilly Roelfs

09:10 a.m.

Legal framework for the supervisory board’s tasks
Tasks, rights, duties

Dr. Gertraud Bauer, Attorney-at-law, Partner, Baker Tilly Roelfs

10:20 a.m.

Taxes compact – important topics for supervisory board members
In particular tax compliance systems and BEPS

Ines Paucksch, German CPA/Tax Advisor, Partner, Baker Tilly Roelfs

11:30 a.m.

Coffee break

11:45 a.m.

Review and analysis of a company’s balance sheet

Barbara Muggenthaler, German CPA/Tax Advisor, Manager, Baker Tilly Roelfs

01:00 p.m.

Lunch break

02:00 p.m.

Workshops

1. Liability risks by means of current examples and developments
Dr. Gertraud Bauer and Kerstin Weckert

2. Monitoring of internal management and control systems
Why and how? – Exchange of experience
Ines Paucksch, Tina Palme and Barbara Muggenthaler

03:20 p.m.

Coffee break

03:40 p.m.

Panel discussion: What kind of knowledge is required to serve on a supervisory board?

Prof. Dr. Corinna Salander, Supervisory Board Member at Bombardier Transportation GmbH
Dr. Andrea Pollak, inter alia Supervisory Board Member at Hannover Rück SE

04:45 p.m.

Closing words/summary

Verena von Tresckow-Bronke, German CPA/Tax Advisor, Partner, Baker Tilly Roelfs