Tag Archives: shareholder democracy

OSC hears it—and responds

It took some stakeholder activism, but now board diversity and shareholder democracy, including reform of the proxy voting system, are high on the Ontario Securities Commission’s priority list for this fiscal year
By Celia Milne
September 16th, 2013

Shareholder and stakeholder pressure may already be a way of life for listed companies. But over the summer, the Ontario Securities Commission got a taste of the same medicine when it came to setting its line-up of priority issues and … Continue reading

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Many are cast, fewer are counted

New rules for things like director elections and majority voting are on OSC and TSX agendas. Should they overhaul the proxy voting process instead?
By Celia Milne
December 20th, 2011

Everyone’s talking about democracy. And Bay Street, it seems, is no exception. Say-on-pay, individual election of directors, majority voting and the potential for proxy access; in some form or another, these are all current action items for the Ontario Securities … Continue reading

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