Blackrock and JP Morgan spared ESG voting proposals following sustainability pushes

New CA100+ members will not face resolutions filed by US SRI investors

Blackrock and JP Morgan Chase have managed to dodge shareholder proposals on their poor ESG proxy voting records since making sustainability commitments such as signing up to Climate Action 100+, the multi-trillion investor engagement initiative.

In response to the recent moves by…

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