Morneau Shepell Inc (MSI.TO)

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Morneau Shepell Inc. is a Canada-based company, which provides health and productivity, administrative and retirement solutions to assist employers in managing the financial security, health and productivity of their employees. The Company offers its services to organizations that are situated in Canada, the United States and... (more)


Beta: 0.91
Market Cap(Mil.): $1,122.91
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 53.80
Dividend: 0.06
Yield (%): 3.74


BRIEF-Morneau Shepell reports qtrly profit $9.7 million

* Morneau Shepell reports 2017 third quarter financial results

08 Nov 2017

UPDATE 1-Morneau Shepell​ sees no impact from pension legislation

OTTAWA, Oct 27 Morneau Shepell Inc, the human resources management company at the heart of conflict-of-interest allegations against Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau, said on Friday it would not benefit from pension or tax legislation proposed by the Liberal government.

28 Oct 2017

BRIEF-Morneau Shepell​ issues statement on contracts with Canadian federal govt.

* ‍Morneau Shepell​ issues statement regarding its contracts with Canadian federal government

27 Oct 2017

Canada to unveil smaller budget deficit, hopes will shift focus

OTTAWA Canada's Liberal government unveiled a smaller-than-forecast budget deficit on Tuesday as it pressed forward with more stimulus spending on families, but did not project the budget would return to balance in the next five years.

25 Oct 2017

UPDATE 2-Canada finance minister says will adopt blind trust, divest assets

OTTAWA, Oct 19 Canada's Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Thursday he will place his assets in a blind trust and divest all his stock in a publicly traded family business, amid opposition allegations that these holdings put him in a conflict of interest.

20 Oct 2017

Canada's finmin says will adopt blind trust, divest assets

OTTAWA, Oct 19 Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Thursday he has told the federal ethics watchdog he will place his assets in a blind trust and work to divest his holdings in Morneau Shepell Inc amid allegations he had a conflict of interest.

19 Oct 2017

Canada finance minister seeks advice on conflict of interest

OTTAWA Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau asked on Tuesday to meet with the country's ethics watchdog, according to a letter released by his office, amid charges by opposition politicians that he has a conflict of interest because his personal holdings are not in a blind trust.

18 Oct 2017

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