CCGG Webinar – The Directors’ E&S Guidebook

25 10 2018

The Canadian Coalition for Good Governance (CCGG) is hosting a webinar on October 31, 2018 called The Directors’ E&S Guidebook – A practical resource to understand and navigate investors’ expectations on board oversight and disclosure on environmental and social matters.

This webinar will provide an opportunity for corporate directors, investors, corporate secretaries, investor relations professionals and securities lawyers to learn about investors’ emerging expectations regarding the governance of E&S factors from a diverse and experienced panel of speakers.

You can find out more and register HERE. There is no fee to attend this webinar.

 





Deloitte Directors’ Alert: 2018

12 03 2018

Deloitte has posted to their website the 2018 edition of Directors’ Alert, “Linkages to success” which highlights governance topics that boards around the world will be focused on in the coming year including:

  • The missing link in CEO succession planning: Organizational culture
  • Exercising oversight of digital innovation: How boards can keep pace
  • Strengthening the link between strategy and risk appetite: How the board can lead the way

You can download the complete document HERE.





Summary of CSA Roundtable on Response to Cyber Security Incidents

28 04 2017

The Canadian Securities Administrators (“CSA”) issued CSA Staff Notice 11- 336 Summary of CSA Roundtable on Response to Cyber Security Incidents which summarizes the discussions of the roundtable held on February 27, 2017.

The discussions focused the following issues:

  • the response of an entity subject to a cyber security event, including matters related to governance, assessment of damage, personnel involved in decision making and information flow;
  • the response of entities both downstream and upstream from the affected entity, including possible steps that may be taken to minimize the impact to their organizations;
  • people who should be involved in discussions and decision making for a coordinated response to a market-wide incident, including which organizations need to be involved, who should be driving the resolution process and how communication and coordination amongst organizations may be achieved;
  • information that should be communicated internally and externally, including organizations’ communication protocols and information that organizations not directly attacked expect to be supplied with from an affected entity; and
  • factors that may contribute to coordination, communication and collaboration, including what information is needed to ensure smooth coordination and communication among different stakeholders and challenges organizations may face to reach that goal.

 

You can read the Summary of CSA Roundtable on Response to Cyber Security Incidents notice HERE.