‘Dragons’ Den’ competition reveals gaps between fund- and firm-level practices by asset managers.
ISS voting policy survey finds differences of opinion across the ESG spectrum.
Tying CEO pay to climate metrics seen as increasing accountability to investors, but no consensus on optimal approach.
Pay versus performance disclosures "a step in the right direction", says PRI’s Head of US Policy.
Greater participation by institutional and retail investors offers fertile ground for ESG themes at virtual, hybrid meetings.
As the cost-of-living crisis escalates, pension fund trustees are under pressure to consider social risks more fully in their portfolios.
Industrial action over pay and working conditions and increased interest in union membership are bringing employer/employee relations under the spotlight for investors.
Amazon’s narrow ‘Say on Pay’ majority suggests investors are increasingly willing to challenge executive remuneration policy.
Rows over ratings and executive pay reflect how far ESG integration has yet to run.
ISS reports opposition on US ‘say-on-pay’ votes, while UK investors mull action against “egregious” settlements.
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