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How today’s investors are framing conversations on corporate Sustainability
Investors with long-standing interests in environmental and social (E+S) topics are having an increasing impact on how companies address corporate sustainability.
Engaging on environmental and social topics
Successful company-shareholder engagement is resulting in withdrawal of shareholder proposals, with those focused on environmental and social topics
among the most likely to be withdrawn.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act at 10
As the Sarbanes-Oxley Act turns 10
, we take a look at its impact and opportunities for further enhancements to the financial reporting system.
Dodd-Frank Act: key points for companies beyond the financial services sector
Almost two years ago, the Dodd-Frank Act
was enacted. Though the full scope of the Act’s regulatory requirements has yet to be defined, it remains critical that public companies engage with regulators and help shape potential rules by sharing insight into unintended consequences, costs or implementation difficulties
CEO succession planning at the board level
Succession planning, including CEO successions, reflects an organization’s commitment to identify long-term strategic goals and challenges. Learn how leading boards apply best practices.