Tag: ESG reporting
Corporate governance code review boosts internal controls
UK watchdog’s proposals include giving audit committees greater reporting responsibilities and addressing ‘overboarding’.
ESG: Should E and S break up with G?
In the world of investing, maturity has revealed significant practical shortcomings in combining environmental, social and governance.
Stakeholder engagement: it’s time to ditch public vs private
Our radically altered corporate governance landscape, in pursuit of sustainability, requires an updated distinction between types of company.
Most investors believe annual reports contain greenwashing
PwC survey reveals extent of investors’ concerns about the truth of corporate commitments on environmental issues.
FRC publishes 2022 review of stewardship reporting
The review reveals that signatories have doubled since 2021 and the quality of reporting has improved in many areas, including engagement.
News round-up: this week in governance
PwC fined for BT audit; greenwashing sanctions; cost of living crisis; $300m pay deal; US private equity and CEOs.
Investors influence ESG performance, study reveals
Researchers find that, among the many drivers for improving ESG, intervention by corporate investors is key.
ESG is not a ‘distraction’
We must not let ESG become a scapegoat for the systemic failure of our society to address global warming and climate change.
Meta publishes first human rights report
The company has scrutinised the risks of Facebook and WhatsApp, but stops short of publicly committing to all the actions recommended.
Business Roundtable takes aim at SEC climate risk reporting
Among its complaints, the Business Roundtable argues that no ‘safe harbor’ in the rules will increase the risk of corporate liability.