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  • Will the SEC's climate rule be a game changer?

    02 May 2024

    Listed companies in the world's largest economy will be subject to climate reporting rules the first time. Michael Hurley explores the ramifications

  • More ESG resolutions expected at Berkshire Hathaway meeting

    02 May 2024
  • The accountability backlash has begun

    29 April 2024

    Companies appear increasingly less tolerant of shareholders' dissenting opinions on risk management, governance, and pay, writes Lindsey Stewart

  • People Moves, 26 April: Glass Lewis, Abris, NTR, Circulate Capital, Mediolanum ... and more

    26 April 2024
  • Morningstar Sustainalytics President joins Glass Lewis as CEO

    25 April 2024

    Bob Mann, former president of Morningstar Sustainalytics, has joined voting advisor Glass Lewis as its chief executive officer.

  • TNFD unlikely to be major issue in proxy season, says Morningstar

    24 April 2024

    Companies are unlikely to face many calls to disclose in line with the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures (TNFD) during this year's proxy season, according to Morningstar's Lindsey Stewart.

  • Investors increasingly withhold support for companies' climate plans

    18 April 2024

    Asset managers are increasingly withholding support for say-on-climate votes, as scrutiny over sustainability plans continues to ramp up, Morningstar has found.

  • People Moves, 15 March: Impax, GSG, Verdane, LOIM, Schroders ... and more

    22 March 2024
  • Morningstar launches innovative transition indexes

    21 March 2024

    Morningstar has launched a series of transition indexes it hopes could prove a turning point for the integration of climate considerations in investors' equities allocations.

  • Scope 3 disclosure resolutions 'an area of significant contention' in the US

    11 March 2024

    Shareholder resolutions on Scope 3 disclosures remain an "area of significant contention" among US asset managers, Morningstar has said, as it reveals support for ESG-focused resolutions in the country is likely to continue falling.