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This event takes place in Toronto and is being broadcast into Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax.
Shareholder activism is on the rise in Canada. Whether pressing for improved governance, having a say on pay, or waging full-fledged proxy fights, shareholders in Canadian public companies are today more active than ever before. In recent years, major Canadian companies such as CP Rail, Maple Leaf Foods, and Magna International have faced pressure not just from traditional activists, such as hedge funds, but also from major institutional investors, including Canadian pension funds. What is driving the growth in activism? What are the implications for Canadian executives, boards of directors, and investors? And what are the parallels between public and private capital markets?
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