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Show don’t tell – UK Stewardship Code wants proof of actions
Show don’t tell – UK Stewardship Code wants proof of actions
Investors will have to show the results of their active ownership work after the UK regulator updated its Stewardship Code.
13-11-2019 | Insight
Land of the rising capital returns
Land of the rising capital returns
Japanese companies are gradually getting better at creating value for investors, Robeco’s engagement work has shown.
13-11-2019 | Insight
Culture is a key element in risk governance for banks
Culture is a key element in risk governance for banks
Understanding a bank’s culture is key to finding out how risky it is, say Robeco’s engagement specialists.
05-06-2018 | Insight
Stewardship codes give sustainable investing in Asia a push
Stewardship codes give sustainable investing in Asia a push
Whereas Asia used to be a laggard in sustainable investing, the region is catching up quickly.
09-01-2017 | Insight
Voting is more powerful than meets the eye
Voting is more powerful than meets the eye
Voting is a more powerful investor tool than meets the eye, as even small levels of dissent can lead to major changes further down the road, says a leading researcher on the subject.
06-12-2016 | Insight
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