CGQ

AcronymDefinition
CGQCorporate Governance Quotient
CGQCentre de Géomatique du Québec (French: Quebec Geomatics Center; Quebec, Canada)
CGQCentre Géoscientifique de Québec (French: Quebec Geoscience Center; Quebec, Canada)
CGQCorona Guitar Quartet (Netherlands)
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The CGQ is provided to institutional investor clients, but it is also available to the subject companies.
ISS will also consider firm performance in proxy voting, even when the company has strong CGQ scores.
The report also notes that the Stratos CGQ Index Score continues at 100% and the CGQ Industry Ranking Score remains at 100% of its peer group.
Although we are primarily interested in a summary governance measure that captures the overall strength of corporate governance, we also examine separately the four components of the CGQ index: 1) board of directors, 2) audit, 3) antitakeover, and 4) managerial compensation and ownership.
CGQ is quotient measured once per firm at the end of 2005 index (CGQ) (for the main sample).
Among the veins examined and named were the Bonanza, Steadman and Pinkerton veins (on what became the CGQ mine), the Black Jack on upper Williams Creek, Proserpine on Proserpine Mountain, and Aurum on Island Mountain.
CGQ purchased the 1M mine, allowing the company deep access to its northwest zone without having to sink another costly shaft, and it also increased efficiency of scale by adding more feed to one mill.
Now, there is a tendency to look at the CGQ as something that is not threatening, and occasionally to highlight what they are doing.
On its corporate website, MBIA notes its first-place ranking among S & P 500 companies on the CGQ (see table), as well as a 2005 Global Rating of 9.
Furthermore, based on ING Robotic Aviation's excellent track record, the company will also be providing services support to CGQ.
ING Robotic Aviation and CGQ have worked together on a number of other projects in the past.
CGQs range from 0 to 100 and measure the quality of governance relative to other firms in the company's primary stock market index.