By Refinitiv -March 6, 2020 Our LinkedIn audience answered five questions on the current state of ESG investing, including how to manage gaps in the disclosure of ESG data. The LinkedIn chat questioned whether asset managers were actively pricing climate change risks into their investment decisions and portfolios. The discussion concluded that ESG compliance was now aContinue reading “ESG Investing: The 5 Biggest Questions”
Interview first published in Journey of the Idea 02-07-2020
The recently updated Charity Governance Code includes clearer recommended practice in the renamed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Principle and sets out four stages of practice for charities in their EDI journey. Boards should: Think about why equality, diversity and inclusion are important for the charity and assess the current level of understanding. Set out plans andContinue reading “Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in the Charity Boardroom”
The recently updated Charity Governance Code, which sets out 7 principles of good governance practice for charities in England and Wales, includes clearer recommended practice in the renamed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Principle, and updates to the Integrity Principle to emphasise ethics and the right of everyone who has contact with the charity to be safe. TheContinue reading “2020 Charity Governance Code recommendations on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, and Integrity”
Many boards in the private, public and voluntary sectors realise that they need to improve the diversity of their board members, whether it be ethnic, gender, restricted ability, age or socio-economic background, but find it hard to know where to start.
Che Sidanius Global Head of Financial Crime & Industry Affairs / Member of the Coalition to Fight Financial Crime at Refinitiv In the fight against financial crime and modern slavery, we engaged experts and social influencers for a live Twitter chat to mark #AntiSlaveryDay. Read their thoughts and join the conversation. Our live Twitter chatContinue reading “Financial crime and modern slavery: the Twitter view”