Saskatchewan Chapter Celebration: 2022 ICD Fellow Herbert C. Pinder

Each year, the prestigious ICD Fellowship designation is bestowed upon a select number of directors from public companies, crown corporations, and not-for-profit boards.

The recipients have demonstrated leadership and stewardship, accountability to stakeholders, and have made significant contributions to governance.

The 2022 ICD Fellowship Award is presented to Herbert C. Pinder.

The Institute of Corporate Directors, Saskatchewan Chapter, is pleased to host a “Fireside Chat” with Herb. He’ll share his perspective on how governance has changed since he started as a director, board composition, compensation, relationships with management, and the comparisons between the governance of a family business, a public corporation, a not-for-profit, and a private company. He’ll share why he believes governance is important and what can happen to an organization without proper oversight.

Please join us on October 19th, 2022 at the Sheraton Cavalier Top of the Inn, 612 Spadina Crescent E, Saskatoon, SK

Appetizers and Refreshments (cash bar available)
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Date
October 19, 2022 5:00-7:00 p.m. CT
City
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Location
Top of the Inn, Sheraton Cavalier , 612 Spadina Crescent East, S7K 3G9
CEUS
2
Price
ICD Members: $45 + tax Non-members: $65 + tax

Panelist

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Herbert C. Pinder Jr.

BA, LLB, MBA, Doctor of Laws, Hon. Colonel

Past Chair and Director of numerous public, private, community, national and inter national non-profit boards
Chair, Governance Committee, Fraser Institute
 

Panelist

Dallas Howe

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