Alice Steenland, AXA

18 July, 2017

A partner for society: Alice Steenland

Mention the phrase “corporate responsibility” and most people in the know will immediately think of AXA, the world’s largest insurance company. Alice Steenland, the company’s chief corporat...

7 July, 2017

A fair gamble: Alex Gersh

Don’t ask Alex Gersh about his betting record. The 53-year-old finance director of Paddy Power Betfair doesn’t gamble much—his first ever flutter was when he joined the company four and a half y...
News, global, risk

18 April, 2017

Risk hotspots — tremors from around the world

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10 March, 2017

Governance uncertainty prompted by Trump unlikely to end ESG demands

Shareholder pressure in the US over environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues is likely to continue, despite the uncertainty that surrounds the future of governance following the election of D...

8 February, 2017

Trump puts business values to the test

Environmental regulations make common sense. Laws which ensure sustainable development, taking into consideration the needs of both present and future generations, bring benefits not ...

7 February, 2017

Trump will not derail ESG investment, say experts

Donald Trump's tenure in the White House is unlikely to end the growing trend in ESG investing, despite his attitude to climate change and the environment, according to a report in 

23 January, 2017

Trump inauguration prompts questions over business ethics

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20 December, 2016

Corporate commitment to ESG principles will survive Trump

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Donald Trump

9 November, 2016

Trump is here. What of governance?

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