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10 Mar 2020 • Morrow Sodali INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS HIGHLIGHT THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF ESG IN INVESTMENT AND PROXY VOTING DECISIONS IN A NEW MORROW SODALI SURVEY

Institutional investors with assets under management of USD 26 trillion unanimously confirm that ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) risks and opportunities played an increasingly important role in their investment decisions and their evaluation of portfolio companies during the past 12 months, according to Morrow Sodali’s annual Institutional Investor survey, released today.

The Morrow Sodali Survey highlights the main areas of focus for institutional investors in determining how to exercise their voting rights at 2020 annual shareholder meetings. Survey results reveal that the broadly defined concept of ESG will have a direct practical impact on shareholder meetings, proxy voting, engagement and the various means by which investors fulfill their oversight and stewardship responsibilities.

Access the full press release here.

10 Mar 2020 • Morrow Sodali INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS HIGHLIGHT THE GROWING IMPORTANCE OF ESG IN INVESTMENT AND PROXY VOTING DECISIONS IN A NEW MORROW SODALI SURVEY

Institutional investors with assets under management of USD 26 trillion unanimously confirm that ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) risks and opportunities played an increasingly important role in their investment decisions and their evaluation of portfolio companies during the past 12 months, according to Morrow Sodali’s annual Institutional Investor survey, released today.

The Morrow Sodali Survey highlights the main areas of focus for institutional investors in determining how to exercise their voting rights at 2020 annual shareholder meetings. Survey results reveal that the broadly defined concept of ESG will have a direct practical impact on shareholder meetings, proxy voting, engagement and the various means by which investors fulfill their oversight and stewardship responsibilities.

Access the full press release here.