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CALGARY (AB) – Global Governance Advisors (GGA), the leading independent compensation advisory firm and international thought leader on governance practices, risk mitigation and sophisticated compensation strategy design is pleased to announce that Mr. Mark Dalhman has joined GGA as Senior Partner, working out of the firm’s Calgary office.

Mark has worked with a broad range of clientele in Western Canada and across North America, most recently in his position as Managing Consultant with Towers Watson in their Calgary office, where he had accountability for a variety of practice groups, including executive compensation. Before taking on this post in western Canada, while working for Towers Watson, Mark excelled in a number of roles for the firm, Florida Market Leader (based in South Florida) and Northwest Practice Group Leader, based in Seattle, Washington. Now Mark brings his broad range of experience in Canada and the U.S. to GGA in his Senior Partner role. He will specialize in helping organizations design, implement and improve rewards and governance programs for companies.

“As GGA continues to grow in Western Canada and across North America, Mark’s experience and expertise are a perfect complement to the practice areas and thought leadership we have now established in the region,” said Luis Navas, Managing Partner of GGA. “He has the skills, the depth of experience and the acumen of a seasoned professional who truly understands business leaders and boards across the continent. He will assist GGA in continuing on its path of tremendous growth and prosperity.

” “I see a great opportunity for GGA to fill a need in the marketplace for forward looking organizations,” said Dahlman. “GGA is the governance firm for the future. With its unique business model, the team represents how up and coming business leaders think, and the direction Boards want to go in the future.”

Mr. Dahlman can be reached at:

Email: Ph: 1.403.888.8008

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