The Fastest- Growing cause for Shareholders is Sustainability | Harvard Business Review
July 12, 2016
Ask someone to name the demands that activist hedge funds make of companies and they’ll likely list corporate governance issues like board changes and executive compensation, or perhaps some form of restructuring. In fact, the largest number of shareholder resolutions filed by investors — the method through which activists work — now concern social and environmental issues. Read more about this recent phenomenon and a number of solutions that has increased dramatically over the past five years.
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