Tag Archives: Peter Dey

Test of character

It seems obvious that good directors and top executives be individuals of good character. But is it possible to measure and screen for it when recruiting?
By Ken Mark
October 30th, 2014

It’s been six years since the rock-bottom depths of the financial crisis, yet that period remains a constant point of reference when business people, economists, academics and even social commentators assess root causes of failure at companies and in the … Continue reading

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What’s not to like?

Canadian regulators are starting to mandate board and executive diversity. Considering the strong business case for new blood and fresh ideas, you wonder why they have to
By Paul Brent
April 21st, 2014

If you want a glimpse of what corporate Canada looked like 50 years ago you don’t have to invent a time machine. A far easier method would be to sit in on the directors’ meetings of at least half the … Continue reading

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Peter Dey: Let directors direct

In The Director’s Chair with David W. Anderson: Peter Dey, Canada’s preeminent governance guru, discusses the primacy of board accountability and its continuing role in driving good governance, board improvement and productive owner-board relations
September 20th, 2012

No single Canadian can take more credit for being a catalyst of improved corporate governance and board reform than Peter Dey. Today, Dey is chair of Toronto-based investment dealer Paradigm Capital and an active adviser on governance to global bodies … Continue reading

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