Governance

Science-based targets key to addressing the world's biggest challenges

LOUISE WATSON  |  TUESDAY, 29 DEC 2020
The global pandemic has offered few, if any, positive outcomes. It has precipitated a global recession the likes of which hasn't been seen since World War II, increased joblessness in the US alone by over 800%, and driven the first quarter global ...

The intersection of conduct culture and company value

SUSHEELA PERES DA COSTA  |  TUESDAY, 29 SEP 2020
Note: this article was first written in 2018

The TCFD framework - What is it and how can it be applied to investment analysis?

AGNIESZKA COCHRANE  |  MONDAY, 31 AUG 2020
Understanding how climate change may affect the intrinsic value of a company is quickly evolving. Until recently, analysis focused on the impact of a company's operations on the environment. This has shifted to an assessment of a company's exposure ...

Rethinking ethics and code of conduct training

ATTRACTA LAGAN  |  MONDAY, 31 AUG 2020
It seems everyone has experienced a code of conduct or business ethics training session that is unmemorable, generic and fails to resonate. The unintended consequence of such training is that it leaves employees jaded with management's intent, annoyed ...
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