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Egan-Jones Recommends Canadian National Railway Shareholders Withhold from Non-diverse Directors
According to Egan-Jones' Proxy Guidelines a director whose tenure on the Board is 10 years or more is considered affiliated, with the exception of diverse nominees.
We believe that key Board committees namely Audit, Compensation and Nominating committees should be comprised solely of Independent outside directors for sound corporate governance practice.
Diversity and adequate Director turnover are basic tenants of good corporate governance that investors demand in today's world. We recommend Boards plan for and deliver these requirements.
Additionally, the company earned a Cybersecurity Rating of "neutral" from EJP.
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