The European Parliament is looking into governance issues
Could fixed tenures for CEOs solve governance issues?
As one country sets a 10-year limit on how long someone can run a bank
Barclays CEO exit raises uneasy governance questions
Staley’s history with Jeffrey Epstein has come back to haunt the bank
More questions than answers in EU economic governance review
Says it is seeking to reignite public debate
The future role of the activist investor?
Shareholders might just be the last bastion when it comes to demanding justice
Norwegian selectors ‘ashamed’ by sovereign fund’s Saudi stance
The world’s largest fund is set to more than double its investments in Saudi Arabia despite Khashoggi killing
State Street pushes for German governance changes
Under current rules, firms elect board every five years which blocks efforts to address underperformance, US group claims
Economics of ESG investing driving demand in Europe
A growing number of institutional investors in Europe are embedding ESG analysis in their investment processes in response to regulatory pressure, consumer demand and a rising appetite for new sources of investment signals.
ANALYSIS: Is passive beating active at its own corporate governance game?
It is no secret the average active fund manager struggles to outperform consistently. Corporate governance is an obvious area where active managers can still prove their value.