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5 Key Developments in Canadian Corporate Governance Rules in 2017

Members of Norton Rose Fulbright’s Canadian Special Situations team have published an article on the firm’s website highlighting key developments in Canadian corporate governance rules in 2017. The article can be found here: http://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/files/ca-5-key-developments-in-canadian-corporate-governance-rules-in-2017-161267.pdf.

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Board diversity: the latest metrics and government measures

The diversity of boards has become a target of greater scrutiny. This scrutiny has come not only from activist investors seeking higher returns and better governance, but from governments and various interest groups outside the corporation. It has homed in on a variety of director characteristics, including length of tenure, age, gender, and visible minority status. This post begins by discussing some of the latest metrics on board diversity in Canada. It then looks at some of the recent measures governments and regulators have been taking to increase diversity in the boardroom.

Length of tenure

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