Revue de presse

Fernand Daoust — 1926-2020

C’est avec une grande tristesse que Josée et Isabelle annoncent le décès de leur père, Fernand Daoust, époux de feu Ghyslaine Coallier.

Il s’est éteint entouré des siens le 22 janvier 2020, à Montréal, à l’âge de 93 ans.

Desmarais family rejects bid to collapse Power Corp. dual-class share structure

Jan. 15, 2020
David Milstead, The Globe and Mail

Power Financial Corp. directors urged Montreal's Desmarais family to create a provision to allow for the eventual elimination of the dual-class share structure that gives the family control over parent company Power Corp. - but the Desmarais clan rejected the proposal.

The suggestion came during negotiations between the two companies late last year after Power Corp. proposed a plan to buy the minority stake in Power Financial that it doesn't already own, according to disclosures published Tuesday in a shareholder takeover bid circular.

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12 janvier 2020
Stéphanie Grammond, La Presse

Testimony on “Oversight of the Securities and Exchange Commission” Before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs

Washington D.C.
Dec. 10, 2019
Jay Clayton


Improving the Proxy Process

Improving the transparency, accountability and functionality of the proxy process is another significant Commission initiative designed to serve the interests of our long-term Main Street investors.  In the past two decades, the proxy process has become one of both (1) increased complexity and (2) importance to investors, issuers and investment advisers.  Commission rule changes, state law changes, corporate governance practices, technology and other factors have all increased the interest in, and significance of, shareholder engagement and shareholder voting in our public capital markets.  During this time, investment advisers have also assumed a much greater role in our marketplace and, consequently, a greater role in the area of beneficial owner- shareholder-company engagement. [10]  Last fall, the Commission held a roundtable on improving the proxy process that brought together investors, issuers and other market participants who raised and discussed many issues in this area. [11]  We have also received significant public comment and helpful suggestions to improve our proxy voting system. [12]  While there are a wide range of viewpoints on these topics, one thing is clear—there is significant interest in modernizing and improving the proxy process.  The Commission has taken a number of concrete steps during this year to increase transparency, accountability and functionality in the area of proxy voting.

Outgoing BCE CEO George Cope to be nominated to CGI board

Alexandra Posadzki, The Globe and Mail

Canadian IT consultancy CGI Inc. said  it will nominate George Cope, the outgoing chief executive of BCE Inc., for election to its board of directors.

Le conseil d’administration de CGI accueillera George Cope

MONTRÉAL, le 4 déc. 2019 /CNW Telbec/ - CGI (TSX: GIB.A) (NYSE: GIB) est heureuse d’annoncer que la nomination de M. George Cope sera proposée à l’élection au poste d’administrateur de son conseil d’administration lors de la prochaine assemblée générale annuelle des actionnaires, qui aura lieu le 29 janvier 2020.

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