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Shareholders are putting more pressure on companies to adopt disclosure policies in a range of ESG-related areas — and boards and governance teams are changing the way they engage with investors in an effort to avoid being on the wrong end of a vote.
Corporate Secretary delves into some of the ways companies can pre-empt a shareholder vote on an ESG-related topic and how shareholder engagement policies and tactics have evolved. Sharyn Bilenker, Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Strategic Development for Broadridge, weighs in.