Investors want more ESG information from companiesIR Magazine
In an article published in IR Magazine, John Wilcox, Chairman of Morrow Sodali, outlines what topics corporates should address in order to meet increasingly demanding investor expectations: “One, address specific environmental and social issues and explain how they handle them in terms of their business strategy and performance goals. Two, address big-picture topics such as corporate culture, corporate purpose and reputation risk. Three, make their board members available to engage with investors and four, streamline their corporate reporting to tell a convincing story to investors.”
Morrow Sodali’s annual Institutional Investor Survey, which was released on Monday, February 11, is based on dialogue with 46 global institutional investors representing USD 33 trillion in Assets Under Management.
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Investors want more ESG information from companies