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« Le MÉDAC joue un rôle important »

2021-05-13
Assemblée annuelle des actionnaires de Québecor

Nous voulons voir toutes les offres

2020-12-14
Willie Gagnon @TVA Nouvelles

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Londres, les rémunérations des gérants du capital investissement dans le collimateur du fisc

11 novembre 2020
Anne Drif, Alexandre Counis, Les Échos

Alors que l’économie est frappée par la pandémie, le Chancelier de l’Échiquier réfléchit à aligner davantage la fiscalité du capital sur celle des revenus. Vent debout, les gérants de la première place européenne du non coté mettent en avant leur rôle dans la relance, et le risque de fuite vers des juridictions plus accommodantes.

Le Covid-19 va-t-il mettre fin aux confortables avantages fiscaux des gérants du private equity? Le doute saisit les investisseurs sur les deux principaux marchés du non coté, alors que Joe Biden pourrait s’y attaquer aux États-Unis et que le gouvernement a lancé un chantier de révision de sa politique fiscale au Royaume-Uni.

Des actionnaires contestent les émoluments du PDG de Bombardier

2020-05-21
LCN Maintenant, LCN

Why Canada should adopt pay ratio disclosures

, The Globe and Mail
Published April 19, 2020

Desjardins Group – president and CEO Guy Cormier seen here on June 20, 2019 – Canada’s seventh-largest financial institution, has voluntarily disclosed the pay ratio of its CEO to its median employee since 2012. — Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press

Economic fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic is amplifying the scourge of income inequality.

The twin health and economic crises are especially hurting lower- and middle-income Canadians who were already struggling to get by. Last month alone, 3.1 million Canadians either lost a job or worked fewer hours.

SNC-Lavalin asking workers to take pay cut for next three months

Nicolas Van Praet, Christine Dobby, Corporate law reporter, The Globe and Mail

SNC chief executive Ian Edwards, seen here on June 28, 2019, asked employees to agree to reduce their pay by either 10 per cent or 20 per cent, depending on job classification.
Ryan Remiorz/The Canadian Press

Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is asking all its employees to take a pay cut for the next three months, a tactic that a growing list of companies is using but that legal experts say comes with some risks and complications.

In an internal memo to employees dated March 26, SNC chief executive Ian Edwards said that as business slows because of the coronavirus pandemic, it is critical for the future of the company that it immediately implements stringent measures to cut costs.

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