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Ask a CCO: Simon Lorne of Millennium Management

, Corporate Counsel

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The vice chairman and chief legal officer of Millennium Management discusses the relationship between legal and compliance and what board members should be asking GCs.

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  • Richard Nohe

    Good interview. It‘s great to hear the insights of a CLO serving as a non-exec director. As legal, compliance, and regulatory demands continue to evolve, along with technology, it is important for boards to have the skill set and knowledge base that CLOs and GCs bring to the table.

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