Management and Governance of Overseas Subsidiaries
Tuesday, October 27 from 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Online Business Webinar
As Japanese companies further develop their overseas businesses, the need for cross-border risk management and stakeholder engagement has become inevitable. The way companies interact with stakeholders (shareholder/investors, customers, employees, the media, regulators, etc.) is becoming more complex as technological innovations and values/norms change at an unprecedented rate.
Especially in critical situations, such as crisis responses, that can affect the fate of a company, misalignment of interests and any mistake in the steering of the strategic direction can have serious implications for corporate value, social credibility, and business activities.
In this webinar, Brunswick Group, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of New York/The Nippon Club will introduce attendees to the topic of management and governance of overseas subsidiaries, particularly from the perspective of management. The focus will be on the key points of the basic stance to take and crisis management in a situation where a multilayered stakeholder response is required to address a crisis in your overseas business.
Takashi Kawamoto, Director of Brunswick Group, will lead the webiniar.
The event will be held in Japanese, but The Nippon Club will provide real-time subtitles in English through Wordly, a service that converts a presenter’s spoken words into subtitles using AI translation.
To register, please click here and fill out the Google Doc. For any inquiries, please contact JCCI or The Nippon Club at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
About Takashi Kawamoto
Takashi Kawamoto is Director of Brunswick Group, a British strategic consulting firm specializing in key aspects such as cross-border crisis response, M & A, activist defense, and litigation. Having both the perspective of a former management consultant and being engaged in policy in an international organization and the Japanese government, Kawamoto has been leading a wide range of strategic projects such as crisis response, risk management, and M & A.
Prior to joining Brunswick, he worked at the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) Europe Office, World Economic Forum Tokyo Office, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting (Strategy), Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Consulate General of Japan in Honolulu. He has been deeply involved in marketing, policy coordination, rule-making strategies, and more. He is currently serving as Senior Researcher of Keio University at SFC.