Board Committees

New SRO has four appointed standing committees, each appointed by the Board in accordance with New SRO By-laws:

  • Governance Committee
  • Finance, Audit and Risk Committee
  • Human Resources and Pension Committee
  • Appointments Committee

Governance Committee​

The Governance Committee is charged with:

  • Reviewing the governance policies, principles and practices of New SRO and making recommendations with respect to governance practices;
  • Managing and overseeing the process for nominating new Directors to the Board with a view to ensuring that the Board reflects the national character of New SRO and draws upon the diversity and expertise of its members;
  • Managing and overseeing the process for evaluating the overall performance of the Board and its committees on an annual basis;
  • Ensuring that there is an effective process in place for the identification and management of real, potential or perceived conflicts of interest;
  • Appointing individuals to the New SRO Investor Advisory Panel;
  • Planning for Board succession.

Members:


Finance, Audit and Risk Committee

The Finance, Audit and Risk Committee is charged with assisting the Board in its oversight of:

  • The integrity of New SRO’s accounting and financial reporting processes;
  • The qualifications, independence and performance of New SRO’s external and internal auditors;
  • New SRO’s processes relating to its internal control systems and security of information; and
  • New SRO's policies and processes for risk management.

Members:


Human Resources and Pension Committee​

The Human Resources and Pension Committee is charged with:

  • Ensuring that New SRO is able to attract and retain personnel with the appropriate status and experience to achieve its corporate objectives;
  • Ensuring that New SRO is able to attract and retain a workforce that will enhance the professionalism and effectiveness of the organization; and
  • Assisting the Board in its oversight of New SRO’s human resources policies and procedures, benefits and pension plans, and with ensuring regulatory compliance thereof.

Members:


Appointments Committee​

The Appointments Committee is charged with:

  • Appointing public and industry members to the District Hearing Committees;
  • If applicable, removing individual members from the District Hearing Committees;
  • Overseeing New SRO’s processes associated with such appointments and removals.

Members:


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