Voici un billet paru sur le blogue de Richard Leblanc, Governance Gateway . L’auteur se dit favorable à cette éventalité. Qu’en pensez-vous ?
« The Ontario Securities Commission has asked whether proxy advisory firms should be regulated. (Proxy advisory firms, such as Institutional Shareholder Services and Glass Lewis, which is owned by Ontario Teachers Pension Plan, provide governance assessment and recommendations to institutional shareholders on their voting at annual meetings of companies.) In my view, proxy advisory firms should be regulated for three important reasons.
Conflicts of Interest
Lack of Qualitative Assessment of Governance Quality and Predictive Validity on Shareholder Value
Lack of Transparency »