Sloane’s Dan Zacchei explains why activism can be compared to pro sports in the context of the pandemic, how PE and activists are teaming up and what to expect in the industry post-election on the latest episode of Activist Investing Today.
Columbia Law School professor John Coffee talks about why he thinks a new Labor Department proposal represents a rifle shot against environmental, social and governance investing, during the latest episode of the Activist Investing Today podcast.
Corporate boards need to go beyond superficial diversity and simply counting the number of women or people of color if they want to ensure effective corporate governance, according to a panel hosted by The Deal and Cozen O'Connor.
The director of the Center on Japanese Economy and Business at Columbia Business School says it will take some time to determine the legacy of outgoing Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on governance and corporate stewardship.
ESG investing is less about checking boxes to screen companies and more about engaging them on sustainability goals to drive long-term growth and returns to investors, a panel of ESG investors said at The Deal Economy: Middle Market Week.
Companies that were unprepared for the coronavirus due to too-cozy relationships between board and management could become the next targets, panelists said during an activist webcast, part of The Deal Economy: Middle Market Week.
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