Tag Archives: Cooper Langford

Stakes raised on multiple voting-class structures

Measures taken by the FTSE Russell and S&P Dow Jones indexes to restrict access to new listings are expected to spark further investor-founder-market tensions
By Cooper Langford
October 5th, 2017

It’s usually company news that moves the markets. But this summer, several international markets made news designed to move companies—specifically, when it comes to their embrace of multiple voting-class share structures. Now more news, and moves, are likely to follow. … Continue reading

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Who’s got your back?

Corporate Canada is becoming an increasingly risky place. Directors and boards may not be keeping up with issues surrounding liability and insurance—threatening their companies and themselves
By Cooper Langford
December 16th, 2013

There are two news stories from recent months that are—or at least should be—top of mind in governance circles these days. The first is the railway disaster at Lac-Mégantic, Que., in which a 72-car train derailed and exploded killing 47 … Continue reading

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