On April 9, 2009, a Private Members Bill tabled by Ontario MPP Laurel Broten asked the OSC to review corporate reporting standards on environmental, social and corporate governance matters.
Goldman Sachs (Goldman) is no stranger to investor uproar about how much it pays its employees, especially senior managers. The billions in the bonus pool…
Last week, Quebec took an important step towards the modernization of its business legislation with the introduction of Bill 63 (the Bill) into the Quebec National Assembly under the title Business Corporations Act.
In SHARE’s news briefing for July, we introduced the issue of state-directed child labour in Uzbekistan’s cotton industry, where reportedly children as young as nine are being forced to harvest cotton. This article…
In May 2009, holders of Thomson Reuters Corporation common shares became the first to have a ‘say on pay’ at a Canadian company.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation, the world’s largest tissue products manufacturer, has just announced a new corporate environmental policy that incorporates outstanding commitments to responsible forest management.
The OECD Guidelines for Pension Fund Governance were released on July 7, 2009.
The document describes the fundamental requirements of pension fund governance, with an emphasis on risk management.