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The latest developments in sustainable finance: $5.2trn investor group voices concerns around shareholder rights in light of Exxon lawsuit; UK investors vote against climate resolution at Shell.
Sovereign wealth fund appreciates value generated during Joseph Hooley's tenure, but 'continues to place utmost importance on the protection of shareholder rights'.
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M&G Investments, Meeschaert AM and MN have quit as engagement leads for the French energy giant, Responsible Investor has learnt.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: US state treasurers call for vote against Exxon directors; investors push for global adoption of ISSB by 2025.
Investors, banks and corporates in Japan comprise the largest national cohort in the TNFD's early adopters.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: CalPERS to vote against all Exxon directors; NBIM to vote against TotalEnergies CEO.
JPMorgan Chase will also see CAHRA vote at this week's AGM; Pressure mounts on Amazon on workers' rights.
Investors divided on Shell; ExxonMobil slams Glass Lewis; AMR result at Yum! Brands.
Shift follows French oil major's statement that chair/CEO did not participate in 'unanimous' vote on split roles.
The latest developments in sustainable finance: European Commission to publish CSRD Q&A; Net Zero Engagement Initiative consults on expanding company list.

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