Tag Archives: Stephen Griggs

In search of alignment

Good governance used to be about fixing companies and boards. Then came the rise of the shareholder. Now the ideal lies more in bringing the two sides together in a quest for long-term value. Part 1 of our Special Report on Governance
By Paul Brent
May 17th, 2017

As companies work through the last stages of the 2017 proxy season, it’s tempting to ask what’s changed or improved? A small number of proxy fights are generating headlines and attention as activists take aim at perceived underperformance, while other … Continue reading

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Hostile makeover

Until recently, boards and shareholder activists knew only conflict. Now you see them working together. What happened?
By Robert Thompson
April 21st, 2014

It was as the executive director of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, an organization supported by Canadian pension funds, that Stephen Griggs started paying attention to the influx of shareholders seeking change. These days these shareholders are tagged as … Continue reading

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Good, better, best

Canadian boards can expect a familiar message when they take their first calls from Stephen Erlichman, new executive director of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance
December 15th, 2011

Insider Stephen Erlichman Who Since September, executive director of the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance Involvement The CCGG, which is led by and represents Canadian institutional shareholders, has emerged as the country’s most influential shareholder rights organization. It actively campaigns for … Continue reading

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