Investors and boards of listed companies are neither friends nor foes, but their interest align in differing ways over time, and this requires an array of engagement approaches to achieve desired outcomes.
This is the conclusion of a panel of engagement experts speaking at the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA) annual conference in Sydney. Michael Jantzi, CEO of Sustainalytics noted that he thinks of engagement as a toolbox of various tools, and that those tools have been deployed in successful ways recently.
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