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    1. What To Make Of The SEC’s Warnings On ESG Ratings And Recommendations For ESG Disclosures

      What To Make Of The SEC’s Warnings On ESG Ratings And Recommendations For ESG Disclosures

      May has been a busy month for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) ratings and disclosure at the US asset management industry’s top regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)  between Chairman Jay Clayton's warning yesterday on ESG ratings and a recommendation earlier this month for ESG disclosures...

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    2. Tesla’s Newest Board Member Talks About Changing The World Through Japan’s $1.5 Trillion Pension Fund

      Tesla’s Newest Board Member Talks About Changing The World Through Japan’s $1.5 Trillion Pension Fund

      By putting environmental, social, and governance (ESG) at the heart of the world’s largest pension fund’s investments, Hiromichi Mizuno (known as Hiro) not only rocked the world of traditional pension finance but also had a profound impact on the cause of socially responsible investing...

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    3. Disney Furloughs 100,000 Workers While Top Executives Will Still Get Big Bonuses

      Disney Furloughs 100,000 Workers While Top Executives Will Still Get Big Bonuses

      The Walt Disney Company is a nearly 100-year-old giant global conglomerate, including holdings in theme parks, hotels, film studios, television stations (such as ESPN) and numerous other properties. Disney announced this week that it will furlough roughly 100,000 employees, representing about 50% of the company’s employees...

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    4. Can Business Throw Environmental, Social And Governance Concerns (ESG) Overboard When Normality Returns?

      Can Business Throw Environmental, Social And Governance Concerns (ESG) Overboard When Normality Returns?

      Before the COVID-19 pandemic took over captains of industry were queuing up to champion stakeholder capitalism. A growing and long overdue consensus was emerging that shareholder primacy is not the be-all and end-all, and business should take a more long term view, looking after other stakeholder interests too including those of customers, employees and local communities...

       

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    5. Pandemics, Preparedness And Corporate Governance: Boards Should Anticipate ‘The Blame Game’

      Pandemics, Preparedness And Corporate Governance: Boards Should Anticipate ‘The Blame Game’

      There’s a lot of discussion these days about preparedness. Preparedness for the pandemic, preparedness for the recession, preparedness for the unknown and the unthinkable. And there’s a lot of discussion about blame as well. They should have seen it coming, they should have seen the signs, they should have had a plan...

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