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The body will look at companies, investment advisors and funds
The DOL’s rule to discourage ‘non-pecuniary’ ESG investing was widely seen as a Trump-era attack on sustainable finance. But what will its future be under new US President, Joe Biden?
As You Sow’s latest report on CEO pay finds small increases in opposition to excessive packages, but some investors want more action
US government agencies have been told to start aligning with the new climate agenda. Paul Hodgson looks at the Biden appointments most likely to transform the landscape for climate and climate finance
A 30-page shareholder letter to the new President’s Transition Team says the regulator should stop excluding what were once acceptable shareholder resolutions
Paul Hodgson looks at shareholder resolutions seeking to convert companies to B-Corps, and how even the lawyers agree that if you are not a B-Corps, shareholders come first
As momentum grows around stakeholder capitalism, Paul Hodgson looks at the ultimate stakeholder companies: Public benefit corporations
President-elect Joe Biden is tipped to nominate Gary Gensler - former Goldman Sachs partner and ex-head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission - as the new Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission. What should we expect?
Cross governmental thinking, tech advances and more bi-partisanship than people think will drive a major US shift.
Paul Hodgson explores the progress being made on diversity and inclusion in the sustainability world