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Published quarterly by Chartered Secretaries Canada, a professional organization of corporate secretaries, governance officers and executive administrators, this magazine provides insightful information on issues relevant to corporate secretaries and individuals interested in legal, tax, accounting, investment, financial or other professional advice.
Individuals (especially members) are encouraged to submit articles for publication. Guidelines, editorial advice and assistance are available from the Editorial Office.
Publication of a submitted article is subject to a stringent peer review panel and thus not guaranteed.The Editorial Committee reserves the right to edit material published for length and clarity. Articles written primarily to promote a specific product or service will not be accepted.In this issue, you will find the following articles:
- A Sense of Purpose and the New Paradigm: Governance Trends Apparent in Blackrock’s Annual Letter to CEOs by Chat Ortved
- Leadership, Disrupted by David Brown
- A Conversation with Lee Haldeman, FCIS, Acc. Dir.
- Board Presentations and Materials – Striking a Balance by Paul Dubal LLB, FCIS P.Adm.
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