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Board-Shareholder Engagement Practices


December 2019 | Director Notes

Results of a survey by The Conference Board and the Rutgers Center for Corporate Law and Governance show that with say on pay, executive compensation is no longer a key subject of shareholder resolutions; activism has become an asset class of its own; and ESG investing has gone mainstream.



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Matteo Gatti

Professor of Law
Rutgers Law School

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Matteo Tonello

Managing Director, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG)
The Conference Board

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