Not only are investors pushing boards to think more strategically about ESG, diversity, and long-term sustainable investment, they’re also pushing for more shareholder communication around these topics.
JPMorgan Chase chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon demonstrates a cogent worldview that business is one part a race for numbers and at least two parts sensitivity to human nature.
For corporate boards and their companies, the only real protection from an activist investor is to consistently turn in an excellent performance.
Would your board be ready to respond if a large shareholder asked the company to join the more than 450 U.S. public companies that have adopted proxy access?
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