Companies are seeing increasing demand for climate action from governments, investors and stakeholders. How can your board meet the challenge?
It's no surprise that climate change impacts such as extreme weather have the potential to disrupt a corporation's supply chain, making it more challenging for them to obtain the resources and materials they need.
Increased storms, wildfires, and severe drought caused by climate change may disrupt businesses and result in a shortage of crops used for food, apparel and other products. For companies with real estate and assets in areas most affected by severe weather, this can also cause asset damage, lack of insurability, and increase costs.
Global asset managers have been paying close attention to the potential financial impl
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The EU’s amended Shareholder Rights Directive came into force in June 2017, and will be rolled out across member states by 2019. It aims to tackle short-termism among investors. But what are the law’s key elements?