Episode 175:

Exploring Diversity of Thought with an International Corporate Governance Expert, with Tracy Gopal

May 4, 2022 | Boardroom Bound

Discussing the future of international boards.

About this episode


As better board governance practices develop, there have been drastically different approaches made domestically and abroad. As Tracy Gopal join us today, she helps us understand the changing landscape of corporate governance in Japan.


Tracy Gopal is the Founder of the Third Arrow Strategies Japan Board Diversity Network, a global network of board directors and board director candidates for Japan. The Japan Board Diversity Network provides training on critical global corporate governance topics for the boardroom and applies them specifically to Japan. A strong believe in effective investor engagement, she supports investors in understanding Japanese boards and vice versa.


In today’s episode, Tracy dives into the most important challenges faced by international boards as shareholders and stakeholders come to the forefront of conversations. You won’t want to miss this episode of Boardroom Bound!


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