TORONTO, April 18 /CNW/ - The Canadian Securities Administrators are
proposing new pay disclosure rules that will require Canadian companies to
disclose the total value of all compensation earned by their executives.
Not revised since disclosure became mandatory in Canada in 1994, these
proposed new rules follow on the heels of new disclosure rules released in the
United States last year by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The Canadian Coalition for Good Governance and others are advocating
strongly for voluntary improvements to current disclosure rules. Given these
recent developments, this is an ideal time for companies to consider the
quality of their compensation disclosure, and related internal processes.
- What is being proposed by The Canadian Securities Administrators?
- When are these rules coming into effect?
- How can Canadian companies ensure they will be in compliance?
- What should companies be doing now to ensure they will be compliant?
- What exactly is The Canadian Coalition for Good Governance advocating
Have these and other questions answered in an interactive online session
hosted by the Canadian Investor Relations Institute (CIRI).
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Time: 12:00 Noon EST
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- Tom Enright, President & CEO, CNW Group
- Ken Hugessen, President, Hugessen Consulting
- John Hughes, Associate Partner, National Assurance & Advisory Group,
Deloitte & Touche LLP
- Bill Mackenzie, Director, Special Projects, Canadian Coalition for
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