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Not very engaging

28 November 2019 By George Hay

Big index funds justify holding stocks with poor environmental, social and governance profiles by pledging to engage with their bosses. New research suggests this isn’t working. While there’s merit in naming and shaming, pension funds voting with their feet is more effective.

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