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Shareholders are increasingly pushing back on excessive executive compensation

Corporate boards affected by shareholder activism are becoming younger but less diverse

Greater engagement with indigenous communities needed: SHARE

A new report from the Vancouver-based shareholder advocacy organization finds that the financial services sector is doing better than many others

May is the busiest month for annual meetings in Canada

A new SHARE report finds that companies incorporated law in Alberta lag on gender diversity, corporate governance and climate-related disclosure

The proxy advisory firm is recommending shareholders to dump 12 of the 15 members of the board as a result of the recent scandal at the bank

SumOfUs is calling on the bank’s shareholders to support a bid for greater transparency surrounding the bank’s lobbying efforts

However, greater shareholder engagement is taking some of the wind out of their sails

The most likely focus for shareholder activists in North America is to push for board representation, new research indicates

Activists will likely target primarily mid-sized and smaller companies, with only occasional runs at large firms, Moody’s report suggests