In its eighth annual corporate governance report, entitled Active Ownership, Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) has revealed 2018 was a record year for client demand for its ESG capabilities, votes against company directors and supporting shareholder resolutions on climate change.
This comes as ESG and sustainable investing has become increasingly prominent within the industry as a whole, with more fund and initiative launches in the space throughout 2018 than ever before. Sacha...
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