News and Commentary
1 September 2016 I A broad welcome has been given by PIRC to a new report addressing short termism and challenging shareholder apathy in trying to improve company corporate governance.
4th August 2015 | UK Local Authority Funds add to Investor Pressure for Transparency from Global Pharmaceutical Industry
28th July 2015 | Improved Transparency Sought but Key Information to Remain Undisclosed
21st July 2015 | Country by Country tax reporting, shareholder transparency and voting on pay all given boost by EU Parliament
14th July 2015 | Female Representation on Biggest Boards Tips 25% but Steep Climb Yet For FTSE 350
30th June 2015 | Tighter Conditions on Bonus Payments and Clawbacks Now in Pipeline
16th June 2015| Shareholders Mull Range of Engagement and Resolution Options for 2016 AGMs
June 9th 2015 | Country by Country tax transparency in the balance as MEPs ponder historic vote on wide ranging corporate governance reforms.
2nd June 2015 | Opening for shareholder engagement as pressure grows over membership of climate denier lobby group
2nd June 2015 | Shareholders and customers foot an enormous bill for malfeasance but jail sentences still a distant mirage
26th May 2015 | Energy companies divide as shareholder groups move closer
26th May 2015 | Closer Alignment With Stewardship Code Needed says Share Action
May 19th 2015| But National Express Board Remains Unmoved
5th May 2015 | Pre Meeting Transparency by LGS Australia – a Pointer to the Future
28th April 2015 | Pressure Over US Labour Standards Grows in Run Up to AGM
21st April 2015 | Can investor groups establish a new global standard for climate risk transparency and disclosure?
13th April 2015 | New Leader for Peak Australian Investor ESG Council
14th April 2015 | Meanwhile LAPFF Seeks Tax Transparency from the FTSE 100