‘Shareholder voice is being muted on critical social and environmental issues’: Investors write to US regulator
Five proposals filed on a companies’ social and environmental costs excluded this year
A $72.7bn investor coalition has told the US Securities and Exchange Commission it is “concern[ed] that shareholder voice is being muted on critical social and environmental issues” under its current proxy voting rules.
The State Treasurers of Wisconsin, Massachusetts and Maine an…
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