TORONTO, May 23, 2013 /CNW/ - The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD)
officially inaugurated the 2013 ICD Fellows at the 16th Annual ICD
Fellowship Awards Gala last night at the Fairmont Royal York in
More than 725 leaders from Canada's business community attended the gala
as the 2013 ICD Fellows were recognized for their exemplary leadership
in boardrooms across Canada:
Denis Desautels, OC, FCA, F.ICD (Chair, Laurentian Bank of Canada,
Carol Hansell. F.ICD (Director, Global Risk Institute in Financial
Harold MacKay, OC, SOM, QC, F.ICD (Director, The Toronto-Dominion Bank)
Chuck Shultz, F.ICD, ICD.D (Director, Canadian Oil Sands)
Each year, the ICD confers the F.ICD designation to a prominent group of
men and women who excel in their roles as directors and board chairs.
Candidates are nominated by their peers and selected by an independent
committee on the basis of the following attributes: leadership and
stewardship; accountability to stakeholders; contributions to
governance; relationship with the CEO and management; enhancing the
effectiveness of the board; and collegiality.
Previous ICD Fellowship inductees include: Ms. Eileen Mercier, MA, MBA,
F.ICD, Chair, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (2009); Mr. Brian A.
Canfield, CM, OBC, F.ICD, Chair, TELUS Corporation (2007); and Mr.
Thomas C. O'Neill, FCA, LLD, F.ICD, Chair, BCE and Bell Canada (2008).
About The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD)
The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a not-for-profit,
member-based association representing Canadian directors and boards
across the for-profit, not-for-profit, and Crown sectors. The ICD has
more than 7,200 members and 11 local chapters across Canada. The ICD
fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education,
professional development programs and services, and thought leadership
and advocacy to achieve the highest standard of directorship. For more
information, please visit: www.icd.ca.
SOURCE: Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD)
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