The Christmas period saw governance developments on RBS, FTSE 350 executive pay, Tata Sons and commitment to ESG policies by the CEO of Bank of America.
The festivities are over and most of us are back to work (in the UK at least). But the Christmas period saw a smattering of governance stories that continued to make headlines.
Here’s a catch-up to bring you up to speed.
RBS, a UK-based bank, came under further pressure when a 100-strong group of shareholders revealed demands for a new shareholders’ committee to improve governance.
Coordinated by the ShareSoc and the UK Shareholders' Association, a motion will be placed before the bank’s AGM in May.
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