Performance Board Group and our executives are members of the following organizations.

Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries

The Canadian Society of Corporate Secretaries is widely regarded as the voice of Corporate Secretaries and other governance professionals in Canada. Every day, in corporate, government, not for profit

and crown offices across the country , our members deal with disclosure, board of directors administration and their associated committees, matters of corporate governance, proxy processes, annual meetings and more.

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National Association of Corporate Directors

The National Association of Corporate Directors is the recognized authority focused on advancing exemplary board leadership and establishing leading boardroom practices.

Informed by more than 35 years of experience, NACD delivers insights and resources that more than 14,000 corporate director members rely upon to make sound strategic decisions and confidently confront complex business challenges. NACD provides world-class director education programs, national peer exchange forums, and proprietary research to promote director professionalism..

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Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals

The Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, Inc. has been the voice of corporate secretaries in the United States since it was founded in 1946.

The Society functions in large part through the contributions in time and effort of its members, including through participation in national committees and the activities of 21 local chapters.

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Governance & Accountability Institute

The Governance & Accountability Institute, Inc. is a global research, news and trend monitoring, editorial services / publishing, analysis, and advisory services organization serving leaders

and boards of organizations in the corporate, public and social/institutional sectors. The Institute offers leaders, and directors and trustees a portfolio of resources to help them detect, identify, monitor, analyze, quantify, and in various ways address critical issues -- especially those reaching "the tipping point," when resolution of issues will be harder to achieve.

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