Members of the European Parliament have written to commissioners amid fears that key measures in the legislation will be watered down.
Groups including EuropeanIssuers and ecoDa warn against an EU requirement for firms to consider stakeholder interests when making decisions.
Transparency and governance incentives, together with responsible investors, elevates sustainability among board priorities.
The asset manager has filed a shareholder resolution calling for Alphabet, Google’s parent company, to review its whistleblowing policies.
The group of researchers and professors say the EU should pause new sustainability laws and instead review a raft of academic criticism.
Global business and investment leaders are calling for the integration of sustainability concerns in corporate governance frameworks.
European Commission study contains “deep flaws”, conflates key factors and “touts cures” that could be “counterproductive”, academics warn.
The EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive review is a watershed moment for global efforts to standardise ESG disclosures and improve business sustainability.
European Commission study finds shareholder pay-outs increased fourfold from 1992–2018, with a fall in the ratio of capex and R&D investment to revenues.
Academics warn that protectionism is growing under economic conditions created by the pandemic—and could undermine progress on corporate governance.