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Paul Verney

Paul joined RI’s editorial team in 2017 and has developed a particular interest in shareholder engagement and ESG voting. His journalistic beat also includes developments in the banking sector around sustainability. Paul holds a Master’s degree in Philosophy from King’s College London.
Trillion-dollar fund backs worker rights resolution as New York State announces votes against coffee giant’s CEO and directors.
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ESAs called on to work with the European Central Bank and European Systemic Risk Board to test the resilience of financial sector against 2030 climate goals.
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California’s $453bn public pension fund brought in new climate criteria on directors last year and will apply it to non-CA100+ firms this proxy season.
Attendees at the electric vehicle maker's 2022 meeting share their experiences and thoughts on how to make AGMs more inclusive.
Canada’s Sustainable Finance Action Council framework to cover ‘priority sectors and activities’ and lay the groundwork for green and transition taxonomies.
Data from Morningstar reveals ‘noticeable year-on-year decline’ in support for lobbying proposals, driven by largest US investors.
Fulcrum Asset Management’s Iancu Daramus shares a CA100+ co-lead investor take on oil major’s recent decision to row back on medium-term targets.
Investors, sustainable finance bodies and non-profits respond to Australian government’s consultation on mandatory climate disclosures.
IFRS Foundation’s global sustainability standards body approved its first two reporting standards and 2024 implementation date.
Index specialist Mellon Investments rejoins investor engagement group after proving it meets required standards.

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