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Roundtable Discussion on Executive Compensation and Say on Pay
You are invited to a CSCS roundtable discussion hosted by Ken Hugessen, Partner, Hugessen Consulting & Stephen Griggs, Managing Director, Canadian Coalition for Good Governance on Thursday, January 14, 2010.
This practical session will offer a practical look at the newest developments and challenges in executive compensation disclosure and provide an overview on the guidance that CCGG has prepared for boards of directors.
Ken HugessenPartnerHugessen Consulting
Ken is a recognized expert in consulting to Compensation Committees, Boards and top management on executive compensation, performance and related corporate governance. Based in Toronto, he has over 30 years experience consulting in Canada, the US and the UK. Ken and his partners founded Hugessen Consulting in 2006 to meet the growing needs of boards and compensation committees for independent advice on executive compensation, performance and related governance matters. He is at the leading edge of change in governance of executive compensation, and has written and spoken extensively on the role of the Board, and the Compensation Committee and its Chair in executive compensation.
Stephen GriggsExecutive DirectorCanadian Coalition for Good Governance
Stephen has a strong corporate law background and nearly 15 years of on-the-ground experience in investment management. Prior to joining CCGG, he was most recently the President and CEO of Legg Mason Canada Inc., the Canadian operation of the global investment firm Legg Mason, Inc. and has held senior executive roles with Canadian mutual fund managers AIC Ltd. and BPI Financial Corporation. He was also recently appointed Chairman and a partner of Investeco Capital Corp., Canada’s first environmental investment company.
For additional information please contact: Lynn Beauregard or Pamela Smith
1-800-774-2850 ∙ 416-921-5449
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