Research Report: Canadian Governance Highlights from the 2013 Proxy Season

In This Issue:

Say on Pay 2013: More Failures but Canada Continues Steadily on its Own Course; Notice and Access Arrives in Canada; Advance Notice Requirements for Director Nominations Take Off; and The Enhanced Quorum By-Law: A New Governance Tool.

Excerpt from Say on Pay 2013: More Failures but Canada Continues Steadily on its Own Course -

The number of Canadian companies holding non-binding advisory votes on executive compensation (“Say on Pay” votes) has continued to increase, moving from a reported 97 companies as of June, 2012 to 129 in June, 2013.

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Topics:  Advance Notice, Board of Directors, Canada, Corporate Governance, Executive Compensation, Nominations, Quorum, Say-on-Pay

Published In: Business Organization Updates, General Business Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Securities Updates

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