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The results of a national survey by the Institute of Corporate Directors point to political and economic uncertainty as top of mind issues for the country’s board directors, but also points to gaps in the issues corporate Canada feels are national concerns, such as climate change, the impact of automation and trade diversification, and those they feel are concerns for their businesses.


The Board of Directors of ICD Quebec has set up an ad-hoc technology committee to better understand the impact new technologies will have on the role and responsibilities of directors. This committee is today releasing this introductory guide. Overseeing company strategy is one of the board’s most critical roles. Today, that cannot be done without a working knowledge of emerging technologies, as they are a critical tool shaping the future of industries and allowing companies to remain c...


In this whitepaper, in partnership with Odgers Berndtson, we examine the critical role CFOs and Audit Chairs need to play if their organizations are to take advantage of powerful new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI).


The guidance provided in CSA Staff Notice 52-306, largely codified through this Proposed Instrument, provides issuers with a “road map” for disclosing their non-GAAP financial measures. 


The latest Institute of Corporate Directors’ Director Lens survey shows that board directors have declining confidence in Canada’s economy and political stability, but see governance and inclusion as competitive economic advantages for the country.


Last night, hundreds of influential Directors from across the country gathered to honour the newest recipients of the Institute of Corporate Director’s (ICD) 2018 Fellowship Awards in Vancouver. 


The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) believes that Canada’s reputation as a global governance leader is enhanced by its strong director independence requirements.


Canada’s corporate governance regime is a principles-based one. Our public issuers are subject to a fulsome set of rules through harmonized provincial securities and stock exchange regulations.


A survey by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) found that 76 per cent of board directors in Canada believe the country’s international trade can thrive outside of NAFTA even as fewer than half are confident the agreement can be successfully renegotiated. The survey also shows that directors are confident in the Canadian economy and in the prospects for their own sectors. 


Seven influential players in Canadian corporate governance have come together to move the meter on gender diversity, and the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is proud to be part of this coalition.

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