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Board Games 2010: Disclosure rankings for income trusts with internal management Add to ...

These are the results for The Globe and Mail's ninth annual review of corporate governance practices in Canada. (Scroll down to see the disclosure rankings for income trusts with internal management table.)

Scores for each category are calculated using a series of questions (represented by numbers at the top of each table). See the questions:

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You can download a csv table of these rankings at the bottom of this page, or download an excel version here:

Detailed results for corporations

  • Overall rankings
  • Board Composition rankings
  • Compensation rankings
  • Shareholder rights rankings
  • Disclosure rankings


Detailed results for income trusts with internal management

  • Overall rankings
  • Board Composition rankings
  • Compensation rankings
  • Shareholder rights rankings


Detailed results for income trusts with external management

  • Overall rankings
  • Board Composition rankings
  • Compensation rankings
  • Shareholder rights rankings
  • Disclosure rankings

Editor's Note: Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. received a score of 95 out of 100 in the Board Games ranking of corporate governance practices this year. Potash Corp. was in first place over all in the ranking of corporations. Franco-Nevada Corp. received a mark of 77 in the rankings and tied for 38th place, while Imperial Oil Ltd. received a mark of 72 and tied for 57th in the rankings. Incorrect information was originally published in these charts. These charts (and the downloadable excel sheet) have been corrected.

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