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December 11, 2013 Corporate Disclosures Ignore Financial Benefits of Board Diversity
Social Funds - A new report from îThe Corporate Libraryî finds that corporate compliance with disclosure requirements on diversity has been vague, while studies indicate a financial benefit. SocialFunds.com -- 2010...
December 5, 2013 ICCR: Top U.S. Banks Get Average Or Below-Average Scores On Key Shareholder ConcernsSource: The Street
Seven leading U.S. banks scored a disappointing 60 or fewer out of 100 possible points in a benchmarking study released by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), which represents 300 institutional investors...
November 21, 2013 ICCR: Top U.S. Banks Get Average Or Below-Average Scores On Key Shareholder Concerns
CNBC - In addition to in-person meetings, members continued to gather data via company CSR reports, websites, regulatory filings such as 10-Ks and proxy circulars, through watchdog organizations such as the îCenterî...
November 20, 2013 Bruce Ellig's "The Complete Guide to Executive Compensation" New 3rd Edition to be Published in DecemberSource: Sacramento Bee
"It seems to me that we've got quite a disconnect: charges of excessive executive compensation have filled the business press for years, but few understand why pay plans are to blame," says executive compensation expert Bruce R....
October 22, 2013 SOCIETE GENERALE : Social, environmental and governance (ESG) factors have a positive impact on companies's financial performanceSource: 4 Traders
Societe Generale Cross Asset Research releases the fourth edition of its SRI Beyond Integration. The findings of this study based on a proprietary methodology highlight the positive impact of ESG factors on financial performance...
August 28, 2013 High CEO pay doesn’t mean high performance, report saysSource: Kansas City Star
A select group of the nation’s corporate chief executives has been paid far more than their performance warranted, according to a compensation analysis released today. Twenty years after the Institute for Policy Studies began...
August 21, 2013 2013 SEASON POISED TO BREAK RECORDS IN FILINGS, SUPPORT LEVELS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL POLICY SHAREHOLDER RESOLUTIONSSource: Sustainable Investments Institute (Si2)
WASHINGTON, DC —Investors are filing more environmental and social policy resolutions in the United States than ever before, and more shares are supporting them, new research from the Sustainable Investments Institute (Si2)...
Source: WatchList News
Chief Executive Group has announced the release of the new 2013-2013 CEO & Senior Executive Compensation Report. This authoritative report contains compensation and best practices data from over 1200 private middle market...
August 1, 2013 Corporate Shareholders Are Getting Nervous About How Climate Change Will Affect Their InvestmentsSource: Climate Progress
Shareholders and large pension funds are getting skittish about how climate change could threaten the companies they’ve invested in. That’s according to The Daily Climate, which picked up on a new data release by Ceres — a U.S....
July 11, 2013 S&P 500 Companies Lag Behind on Environmental and Social Transparency, According to Findings from The Conference BoardSource: Sacramento Bee/The Conference Board
Fewer than 20 percent of S&P 500 companies disclose their performance across a broad range of environmental and social practices, reports The Conference Board in Sustainability Practices: 2013 Edition. This annual analysis of the...
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