This past year saw a rise in climate litigation, with a focus on the commercial sector and the exploration of claims relating to ESG issues.
Insurers’ growing interest in corporate governance may drive companies to improve management of ESG risk, research finds.
Wall Street trend is to tie reward to ESG performance, especially in terms of diversity, equity and inclusion, finds research.
What would you do if your company was targeted by short-selling activist investors? Communication is vital to prevent reputational damage.
Gun control and ESG; CEO pay rebounds; Nelson Peltz joins Unilever board; warning to London Stock Exchange over market exits.
Twitter uses ‘poison pill’ on Musk; Deloitte fined over Mitie audit; rise in investor activism; more women on boards; PwC fraud findings.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Musk has created a tricky governance challenge by buying a 9.2% stake in Twitter but declining a seat on the board.
You must resist telling investors to stop interfering, however tempting—your board does not want to gain a reputation for hostility.
ICGN predicts action on money laundering; overconfident CFOs ‘deter activists’; US climate debate continues; Intel boss pay ratio revealed.
Reports say investors including Cevian and Norges Bank will vote against a resolution to discharge board liability over compliance breaches.