Smaller companies have been the traditional target but that could be set to change
Tag: Shareholder Activism
The future role of the activist investor?
Shareholders might just be the last bastion when it comes to demanding justice
Narrow defeat for shareholder climate resolution at JPMorgan
As former CEO of ExxonMobil remains on the bank’s board
Mizuho bows to pressure over its coal financing
Japanese bank was hit with climate resolution by environmental non-profit organisation
Mizuho first Japanese firm to be hit with climate resolution
The second bank this year, after Barclays was targeted by shareholders
Blackrock boss works to claw back firm’s climate credibility
Months after it was accused of undermining shareholders’ efforts to hold oil and energy giants to account
US action group fights erosion of shareholder rights
Changes are ‘strictly political in nature’ and make it more difficult to challenge companies on ESG
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.