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Some market observers worry 'this may not be final word', while others note 'positive' outcome.
Californian pension giant’s Aeisha Mastagni tells RI that US oil major is ‘more receptive’ to engagement following Engine No.1 campaign.
Annual look ahead to the US proxy season reveals filers of proposals increasingly keeping details close to their chest, including on reproductive rights.
Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, Building in Washington DC. The SEC regulates stocks and bonds and related financial activities.
Brad Lander responds to reports that US watchdog plans to drop Scope 3 disclosure requirements as market awaits imminent release of final rule.
US Securities and Exchange Commission building in Washington DC
US financial watchdog opines on controversial US topic, rejecting ‘ordinary business’ arguments.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: Church Commissioners votes against 91 companies on human rights grounds; MEPs adopt anti-greenwashing law.
The latest ESG movers and shakers: M&G Investments taps Grayer to head climate investment; Rajchl to head green finance dept at Austria’s climate action ministry.
Use of antitrust laws by ESG critics is hypocritical, according to prominent lawyer and lifelong Republican Daniel Crowley.
Texas court judgement and Missouri filings provide useful precedents for firms dealing with the backlash, says Ropes & Gray partner.
Two background conversations suggest more common ground than one might expect between those involved in filing ESG shareholder resolutions and the asset managers assessing them.

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