Engagement with stakeholders

Institutional investors increasingly hold
boards accountable for company
performance, demanding greater
transparency over matters such as the
board’s role in strategy, risk evaluation,
and their own self-assessment

Insights from an investor – Sacha Sadan (LGIM) on shareholder engagement

Sacha Sadan talks through his perspectives on what boards should do to better engage with their investors. Are you leveraging all the communication opportunities associated with the ESG movement?

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Alison Kay and Victoria Whyte on board accountability

Who are boards accountable to? In light of the increased focus on communication through the annual report boards the question of accountability is high on the agenda. Alison Kay, National Grid, and Victoria Whyte, GSK, share their insights

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Letter from an institutional investor

Tomorrow's Company present good governance as a cornerstone of good business – in 'letters to a new chair' they address topics from the organisations purpose and character, to key relationships to work on and exercising the right tone from the top

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Can investors help address the audit expectation gap?

Key takeaways from the 2019 ICGN annual conference – one of the largest investor conferences in the world – on the expectation gap in audit and how investors can help narrow it.

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