Governance & Reporting

ESG in focus for 2022 proxy season

By James Norden and Simon Taylor
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ESG remains a hot topic for public company stakeholders, with intelligence firm Georgeson finding 55% more ESG proposals voted on in the US compared with 2021.

Emboldened by increasing regulation and better access to funding, the steady increase in ESG-related claims presents heightened legal risk to corporates and financial institutions. ...

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