CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cation Capital Inc. (together with its affiliates and associates, “Cation Capital” or “Cation”), a private investment firm and shareholder of Crescent Point Energy Corp (TSX/NYSE: CPG) (“Crescent Point” or “Company”), today reminded Crescent Point shareholders to bring about decisive, positive change by voting for all four Cation nominees – Dallas J. Howe, Herbert C. Pinder, Thomas A. Budd, and Sandy L. Edmonstone – on the BLUE proxy or BLUE VIF. Crescent Point’s 2018 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders will be held on May 4, 2018.
Shareholders who want to support change must vote their BLUE form of proxy or BLUE VIF today or no later than 5:00 p.m. (Calgary time) on Tuesday, May 1, 2018. Even if you have voted the White proxy, it is not too late. A later-dated BLUE proxy or BLUE VIF will replace any previously voted White proxy.
To vote for change, go to www.FixCPG.com, click on the “VOTE NOW” button in the upper right corner, and follow instructions, entering your voting control number when directed.
If you haven’t received your BLUE proxy or BLUE VIF, please contact your broker immediately and ask to obtain your BLUE VIF voting control number. Shareholders can also contact Cation’s strategic shareholder advisor and proxy solicitor, D.F. King, at 1-800-835-0437 toll-free in North America, or 1-201-806-7301 outside of North America, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sandy L. Edmonstone, President of Cation Capital, said, “We have heard from volumes of shareholders about their concerns regarding the wasted opportunities, mismanagement and significant value destruction under Crescent Point’s current leadership. We have heard from shareholders large and small that they believe this leadership group would rather ‘burn the house’ than have shareholders install directors not of management’s choosing. Given the performance of the company’s stock over the last one, three and five years, and the value crippling decisions made by this group, even after repeated new appointments, it’s time for shareholders to bring about real change.”
Added Edmonstone, “Since the very beginning, our campaign has been about the positive, immediate change that can come to Crescent Point through new, experienced leadership and a change in corporate culture. We have built significant momentum among shareholders and we ask every shareholder that has not voted to add their voice of support for positive change and for the opportunity to finally unlock significant value embedded in the company and bolster confidence among the broader investment community that this company will stop making bad decisions, time and again. We urge all shareholders to vote the BLUE proxy for Cation’s four experienced, independent nominees.”
Vote for change. Vote for the Cation nominees – Dallas Howe, Herbert Pinder, Thomas Budd and Sandy Edmonstone – on your BLUE proxy or BLUE VIF.
Shareholders are also encouraged to visit www.FixCPG.com to learn more about how the right people with the right plan can work constructively with the full board and management to create long-term value for all Crescent Point shareholders. A copy of Cation Capital’s information circular is available on Crescent Point Energy Corp.’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com.
About Cation Capital Inc.
Cation Capital Inc., together with its affiliates and associates, is a private investment firm headquartered in Alberta, Canada. Cation invests in situations where it is able to influence operational, financial and strategic direction. Cation seeks value in companies that are experiencing financial or operational challenges, are in out of favour sectors or are otherwise in need of change to drive significant long-term value for stakeholders.