The updated ICGN GSP reflect shifts in market practice and regulation, as well as evolving attitudes towards stewardship.
The International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN) celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, normally a time for great celebration, which had been planned for this year’s annual general meeting in Toronto. Covid-19 sadly derailed those plans as part of its broad wave of disruption. So while our ICGN conference remains on the agenda for 2021, the AGM took place this year virtually—like many other AGMs around the world.
A key item on the agenda was the revision of ICGNs Global Stewardship Principles (GSP), which were first published in 2016, as other stewardship codes were coming into place in markets around the world. The purpose of
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