CCGG has recently issued guidelines and position papers in the following areas of corporate governance:
Submission to ICGN re : ICGN Position Paper on Gender Diversity
Submission to the TSX re: December, 2012 Consultation Paper on Emerging Market Issuers
CCGG's Response to the CSA's Request for Comment on Venture Issuer Regulation
Submission to the TSX re: October 4, 2012 Proposed Amendments to the TSX Company Manual to require TSX-listed issuers to adopt Majority Voting Policies
Submission to the OSC re: CSA Consultation Paper 25-401: Potential Regulation of Proxy Advisory Firms
Submission to the OSC re: Ontario Securities Commission's draft 2012-2013 Statement of Priorities
CCGG Letter of Response to the OSC Staff Notice 15-704: Request for Comments on Proposed Enforcement Initiatives
CCGG Letter of Response to the Proposed National Instrument 51-103 Ongoing Governance and Disclosure Requirements for Venture Issuers
CCGG Letter of Response to the OSC Staff Notice 54-701: Regulatory Developments regarding Shareholder Democracy Issues
CCGG Senate Brief: Women on Boards
CCGG Letter of Response to the CSA Submission on Compensation Disclosure
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The Canadian Coalition for Good Governance (CCGG) is the pre-eminent corporate governance organization in Canada and is uniquely positioned to effect change as the voice of Canadian institutional shareholders.
Representing the interests of institutional investors, CCGG promotes good governance practices in Canadian public companies and the improvement of the regulatory environment to best align the interests of boards and management with those of their shareholders, and to promote the efficiency and effectiveness of the Canadian capital markets.