Investor ESG Engagement: What is it and why does it matter?
Engagement is a relational process between investors and companies. Investor engagement refers to the influence brought about by shareholders in the decisions that a corporation makes. The effectiveness of investor engagement in enacting change tends to be closely linked to the scale of ownership in the target company, and the investor’s perceived market power. Continue reading.
The Power of Net Zero Pensions
Mark Carney, former governor of the Bank of England, pointed out the immense responsibility that our pension funds hold. They must ensure the financial futures of their beneficiaries. Generally, pensions tend to be the largest pot of money held by any individual. This means that they have enormous potential: not only to drive financial returns and security but also to further the causes cared about by pension-owners. Continue reading.
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