BlackRock has detailed how it will engage with and act upon topics such as human capital management, climate change and executive pay for the coming year.
Larry Fink, BlackRock. Photo: Shutterstock
BlackRock, the world's largest investor, has attempted to put flesh on the bones of its CEO's statement in January about the topics it expects to prioritise for engagement this year.
In a document posted on the company's website, BlackRock offers insights on its thinking about human capital management, disclosure of climate risks, executive pay and corporate strategies that aim at the long term.
The updates follow a letter published by BlackRock's chief executive Larry Fink in January, explaining the asset manager's interest in seeing companies make a "positive contribution to society".
The report says that "diverse boards maker bett
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