Corporate governance is a critical aspect of any business, whether you are a start-up or established business. In Canada, it is regulated by a combination of federal and provincial laws, as well as stock exchange rules and guidelines.
Corporate lawyers at Shory Law have deep experiences with advising clients of all sizes with corporate governance matters, whether it be a start-up determining how to manage founder or investor relations through shareholder agreements or otherwise to public issuers’ internal and external governance procedures. We regularly help clients navigate the complex and ever-changing landscape of corporate governance and ensure that their businesses are in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations.
Why Shory Law?
At Shory Law, we focus on enabling clients to develop and implement effective and ethical corporate governance frameworks in Canada. To achieve this, we work closely with clients to develop their corporate governance practices to fit their needs without compromise and comply with the required frameworks.
If you’re in need of guidance and support in ensuring the proper corporate governance of your business in Canada, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us for a consultation.
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Why is corporate governance important for my business?
It is important for ensuring that the corporation is run in the best interest of its shareholders, and that it is transparent and accountable to stakeholders.
What are the main elements of corporate governance in Canada?
The main elements of corporate governance in Canada include board of directors, shareholders, auditors, corporate policies and procedures.
How do I choose a corporate name for my business?
A corporate law firm can assist you in the name search process and ensure that the chosen name is available and complies with all necessary regulations.