Forward-thinking investors in sustainable ventures are calling on credit rating agencies to more seriously consider environmental and social information when making their analyses.
Since its early inception in the 1920s, shareholder activism has morphed from a check against groupthink in the boardroom into what many experts are now calling a major crisis.
CFOs are playing a larger role in Investor Relations than ever before — here’s how they can keep up with their new responsibilities.
Increased responsibilities on tighter budgets require smarter, more efficient IR management.
Institutional and retail investors’ expectations for proactive communications presents companies with the opportunity to turn IR into a competitive advantage.
As investors across the globe have become more concerned with sustainability and ethics, companies within the Asian markets have been forced to adapt their IR strategies. Continue reading “ESG Reporting On the Rise in Asian Markets” »
Today, business professionals access information via a wide variety of digital and non-digital sources — but the ability to effectively filter, analyze, communicate, and act upon that information can be a challenge. Continue reading “How Competitive is Your Intelligence?” »
When it comes to corporate reporting, today’s investors want more than just strictly financial data. They are increasingly calling for “sustainability data” — information about environmental impacts, social responsibility, governance issues, and human rights concerns. Continue reading “The Growing Demand for Sustainability Data” »