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Regions Chief Governance Officer Elected to Board of a Leading Advocate for Strong Corporate Governance

CII is a nonprofit and nonpartisan association of pension funds, other employee benefit funds and endowments. The association is a diverse community of professionals from various organizations who work collaboratively to learn new information, share ideas and educate fellow CII members about effective corporate governance practices while promoting vibrant, transparent and fair capital markets.

Mehlman’s role with the CII Board of Directors is a natural extension of her daily work on behalf of Regions, its customers, associates, shareholders and communities served by the company. As Chief Governance Officer and Assistant Corporate Secretary, Mehlman regularly advises Regions’ Board of Directors and executive management on corporate governance best practices, while also assessing and monitoring the company’s corporate governance framework.

“Hope’s expertise and her strong commitment to the highest standards of corporate governance are key to Regions’ success, and her election to the CII Board of Directors is a reflection of the admiration she has earned throughout the financial services industry,” said Regions Financial Chairman and CEO Grayson Hall. “Integrity is at the heart of strong corporate governance, and integrity defines how Hope approaches her role of refining and strengthening Regions’ corporate governance practices. That, combined with Hope’s extensive background in law and compliance, will serve to benefit the Council of Institutional Investors and its member organizations.

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Rosenstein to Companies: Help the Justice Department Help You


Before going to law school, rising through the U.S. Justice Department ranks and entering President Donald Trump’s crosshairs, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was an undergraduate student in the University of Pennsylvania’s business school. The experience, he said, taught him that ethical conduct “is a good investment.”

Rosenstein offered this message recently at the International Association of Defense Counsel conference in Chicago: Let’s work together. It’s a refrain that crosses administrations, to be sure, but the Trump administration is pushing cooperation—and not enforcement—as a way to better change corporate culture.

“When companies are victimized, good in-house counsel, working with the department, can help with damage control and prevent problems from spreading within the company or to other companies,” Rosenstein said in his prepared remarks . “It is often in your interest to help our prosecutors and investigators do our jobs.”

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