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Hank Boerner is a columnist for Accountability Central and various publications.

Hank Boerner is an widely-published author, commentator and columnist whose work appears in business and financial print and electronic publications, and on many on-line forums.  He was editor of NIRI’s Investor Relations Update monthly newsletter (2007-2010) and has been a columnist for IR Update since 1998. He is Contributing Editor and corporate governance columnist for Thompson Reuter's journal, Corporate Finance Review; and editor and publisher of the Accountability Central public platform and the INSIGHTS-edge subscriber-based platform focused on Sustainability and ESG.  He was the Emerging Issues columnist of Investor Relations Newsletter (Kennedy/BNA) and his commentary has appeared in The Financial Times, European Business Forum and other publications.

Hank's currently writes for his blog "Stay Tuned" which can be accessed at: http://www.hankboerner.com/staytuned/

Hank also writes for the G&A Institute blog, "Sustainability Update" which can be accessed at: http://ga-institute.com/Sustainability-Update/

You can also read Hank's archived blog posts on the "Accountability-Matters" blog.

An archive of his various published works and writings can be found in the "Library" section of his Web site: http://hankboerner.com/

September 1, 2003 The Future of Securities Analysis

Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - July/August 2003)

The global settlement reached with major Wall Street investment banking and brokerages by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the New York Attorney General in April 2003 had the objectives of settling the issue of...

July 30, 2003 STAY TUNED... to Independent, Objective Financial Research

Source: Hank Boerner - (NIRI's Investor Relations Update - July 2003)

Stay tuned to the coming "multiple views" on companies covered by the sell side. The terms of the historic $1.4 billion settlement reached by New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and 10 major brokerage houses includes...

June 30, 2003 The Other Shoe Has Dropped

Source: Hank Boerner - (NIRI's Investor Relations Update - June 2003)

Sarbanes-Oxley legislation stopped just short of mandating the expensing of stock options, but it did strengthen the role of the Financial Accounting Standards Board. (Now, only FASB and the SEC can establish accounting rules.)...

June 1, 2003 Proxy Season 2003 - A Window Into the Future

Source: Hank Boerner - (May/June 2003)

Most U.S. public companies schedule shareholder proxy voting and annual meetings in the first half of the year (following the close of business on a calendar basis, December 31). In recent years, there has been a steady increase...

May 1, 2003 Sarbanes-Oxley Law Creating a Challenging Operating Environment for Corporate Finance Professionals

Source: Hank Boerner (Corporate Finance Review - March/April 2003)

The somber mood of federal policymakers was summed up by Senator Paul Sarbanes of Maryland, who told his colleagues: "For nearly seventy years, our framework of [U.S.] securities laws proved remarkably effective at protecting...

March 30, 2003 STAY TUNED... to Corporate Democracy --- The Ballot Box is the Proxy

Source: Hank Boerner - (NIRI's Investor Relations Update - March 2003)

In politics, vital decisions are often swift and, at times, merciless. Incumbents and challengers stand for election, citizens enter the voting booth, and when the votes are tallied, one person wins, and another loses. On...

March 1, 2003 Corporate Governance in 2003: Forces Converge to Further Reforms

Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - January/February 2003)

The year 2002 will be viewed in retrospect as a period of intense examination of corporate behavior and financial performance, and the particular time when public sentiment shifted strongly in favor of significant reforms to...

January 30, 2003 Stay Tuned ... to the New Year!

Source: Hank Boerner - (NIRI's Investor Relations Update - January 2003)

Ahh, what a decade this will be to reflect on when the history of this era is written. Just two years into the 21st century and we have experienced a recession, the collapse of a roaring bull market, the re-emergence of Old...

January 1, 2003 The Period of Reformation Has Begun for the Financial Markets

Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - November/December 2002)

Wall Street interests and the American corporate sector are carefully watching the mood of the American investor, The level of confidence and trust by investors in financial reporting, and in the equities market overall, is quite...

November 1, 2002 Government Intervention Versus Self-Regulation for the Financial Markets

Source: Hank Boerner - (Corporate Finance Review - September/October 2002)

Wall Street interests and the American corporate sector are carefully watching the mood of the American investor, The level of confidence and trust by investors in financial reporting, and in the equities market overall, is quite...

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