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Monthly Archives: May 2019

Leveraging data at the board level

Improving cybersecurity outcomes by sharing information across your organisation, explains Evan Sills - Director & Reda Baig Associate at Good Harbor Security Risk Management

Applying Commonsense Principles 2.0

The continuing momentum of the governance conversation, writes Kristin Bresnahan - Executive Director of the Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia Law School

Help! I settled with an activist!

The unsettling truth about settlement agreements, explains Kai Haakon E. Liekefett - Chair of the Shareholder Activism Practice, Sidley Austin LLP

Good corporate governance begins with good data

Boards can ensure they stay on top by using smart solutions, explains Aniel Mahabier - Chief Executive Officer, CGLytics

Strengthening board diversity

A push from the SEC and Congress on board Diversity, explains Howard Dicker - Co-Head, Adé Heyliger - Partner & Aabha Sharma - Associate at Weil’s Public Company Advisory Group

Whistle-blowing in the boardroom

Send a clear message to your stakeholders that ethical behaviour is a fundamental value of your company, explains David Morgan​ - Managing Director at PKF Integrity Services

Climate change, plastic and SDGs are front of mind for investor dialogue

Climate change, plastic and SDGs are front of mind for investor dialogue, explains Carola van Lamoen - Head of Active Ownership, Robeco Engaging in ESG

ESG investing: Truths, half-truths and lies

What investors want and what they get from environmental, social and governance data, explains Alissa Amico - Managing Director, GOVERN

How activism is making boardrooms more challenging

Companies need to recognise the importance of engaging with and knowing their shareholders, explains Rich Thomas - Managing Director at Lazard, Head of European Shareholder Advisory

Nomination committees in Sweden and the UK

Why combining two approaches to one problem will ensure a more cohesive team of directors, explains the Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford; Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR); European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)