Policy and Regulation

A quarter of shareholder ESG proposals left unaddressed, investors believe

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Respondents to the PRI survey say they believe that just 23 per cent of ESG proposals are being fully carried out. (Photo: FangXiaNuo/iStock)

A PRI study finds that nearly 25 per cent of shareholder proposals addressing environmental and social issues are not addressed at all.

An investor survey by the UN-backed Principles for Responsible Investment revealed a lack of conviction that shareholder proposals tackling ESG factors were being properly addressed. 

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