Mr. Marc Parent reports
CAE ANNOUNCES THE FINAL 2019 ANNUAL MEETING BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION RESULTS
CAE Inc. has released the final director election results from its 2019 annual meeting of shareholders.
Ten nominees were elected as directors of CAE.
VOTING RESULTS FOR ELECTION OF DIRECTORS
Nominee Votes for For (%) Votes withheld Withheld (%)
Margaret S. (Peg) Billson 201,243,131 98.26% 3,573,116 1.74%
Michael M. Fortier 198,472,072 96.90% 6,344,174 3.10%
Marianne Harrison 201,835,651 98.54% 2,980,595 1.46%
Alan N. MacGibbon 202,475,717 98.86% 2,340,529 1.14%
John P. Manley 202,619,313 98.93% 2,196,933 1.07%
Francois Olivier 200,783,550 98.03% 4,032,696 1.97%
Marc Parent 204,634,196 99.91% 182,050 0.09%
Michael E. Roach 204,609,976 99.90% 206,270 0.10%
Gen. Norton Schwartz, USAF (ret.) 204,569,318 99.88% 246,928 0.12%
Andrew J. Stevens 200,488,002 97.89% 4,328,244 2.11%
New to the board, Marianne Harrison was elected as an independent director, effective today. Ms. Harrison is currently president and chief executive officer of John Hancock Life Insurance Company, the U.S. division of Toronto-based Manulife Financial Corp. She is a recognized senior leader with extensive experience in the insurance and financial sectors, with a strong focus on the customer experience.
Departing the CAE board is Katharine B. Stevenson, who did not stand for re-election, having reached the director term limit requirement of 12 years.
"I want to thank Kate Stevenson for her consistently wise counsel and for her many years of dedication and contribution to CAE," said John Manley, chair of the CAE board.
Final results on all matters voted on at the annual meeting are filed concurrently with the securities regulators.
About CAE Inc.
CAE is a global leader in training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and health care markets. Backed by a record of more than 70 years of industry firsts, the company continues to help define global training standards with its innovative virtual-to-live training solutions to make flying safer, maintain defence force readiness and enhance patient safety. The company has the broadest global presence in the industry, with over 10,000 employees, 160 sites and training locations in over 35 countries. Each year, it trains more than 220,000 civil and defence crew members, including more than 135,000 pilots, and thousands of health care professionals worldwide.
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