Dear Valued Client,
As you may be aware, Canada Post Corporation and their worker unions are currently in the midst of negotiated contract talks. If an agreement is not reached, the union may elect to go on strike. This may lead to a disruption to mail delivery services commencing as early as July 2, 2016.
In the event of a labour disruption, printed quarterly statements and other documents that you normally receive from us by mail will not be delivered to you until after labour disruption ends. With the possibility of a postal system shut down looming, we encourage you to go paperless in an effort to avoid any delays in receiving documents and to go green with GMCI. If you have not yet signed up for our online access, please send an email to email@example.com call our Online Support Desk at 1-877-741-1445 to register for this service.
Any items you would normally mail us, we will not be able to receive or process them until after the labour disruption ends. Please contact your advisor to arrange for alternate delivery method (courier, fax, email etc) regarding all processing documents.
We thank you for your continuous business with Global Maxfin Capital Inc. (GMCI).
FAIR EXCHANGE - JUNE ISSUE 2015- Volume 5
CEO Pay: Are Shareholders Getting Value For Money?
Shareholder votes on executive compensation have taken centre stage at annual meetings this season. While there have been a few
high-prole “no” votes (CIBC and Barrick), “yes” votes are the norm. Firms that eectively communicate the alignment between C-level
suite pay and shareholder value are winning the vote, sometimes in opposition to proxy advisory rm recommendations—Goldcorp is a
case in point.