Corporate democracy and shareholder engagement: the long-term view | Vision 2017 – Montréal

Event Details


Global | December 2017

In the form of an interactive discussion, our speakers discuss best practices concerning shareholder participation in the process of electing corporate directors and other topical governance issues. They explain how this participation should be done with a long-term perspective. They also comment on recent initiatives by regulatory authorities and shareholder groups, such as reducing the regulatory burden, legislative changes in connection with diversity and corporate democracy, and proposals concerning access by shareholders to the process of electing corporate directors.

After you have watched the video, you can download a CLE certificate. Please note that this presentation is worth 1 hour of training.


Walied Soliman, Chair, Canada - Norton Rose Fulbright

Kim Thomassin, Executive Vice-President, Legal Affairs and Secretariat - Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec


Thierry Dorval, Partner and chair, governance & directors’ liability team - Norton Rose Fulbright

 CLE_Seal_QC (2015) This training activity has been submitted for approval to the Barreau du Québec for its continuing education program.