Proxy voting is a critical means by which you can influence the behaviour and governance of Canadian corporations, yet many investors – including Indigenous trusts – delegate proxy voting to their investment managers, often with minimal oversight. This webinar covers why your voting rights matter, and how to monitor and manage your proxies to ensure your votes are being cast in your best interest.
What challenges and opportunities do Indigenous investors face in aligning their investments with their community’s values and in ways that account for current and future generations? In this webinar, we highlight key strategies to ensure that your community’s assets are invested and stewarded in ways that incorporate community values and aspirations.
What do Indigenous laws & traditions tell us about fiduciary duty? In this webinar, Dr. John Borrows and Shayla Praud present their findings and explores the implications of their research.
Creative leadership is bringing together Indigenous organizations, businesses, and governments alongside non-Indigenous business leaders to re-think how we build an economic future together. Tabatha Bull, CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, John McKenzie, CEO, TMX Group, and Kevin Thomas, CEO, SHARE discuss what’s next and how investors can be part of the solution.
What is a RAP, and why do they matter to institutional investors? Hear from experts and peers on Reconciliation Action Plans, and the steps they are taking to move from talk to action in advancing Indigenous economic reconciliation.