by MORGAN STANLEY

Engagement, the new form of shareholder governance


Created by David McWilliams

Shareholders are increasingly looking to engage with underperforming companies versus divesting, or forfeiting their shares. In hopes of changing the course, governance, or the 'G" in 'ESG' has taken a sudden rise.

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