Corporate engagement and shareholder action

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1. ESG investment.

In the ESG investment context, corporate engagement and shareholder action means employing shareholder power to influence corporate behavior through direct corporate engagement (such as communicating directly with senior management and/or boards of organisations), filing or co-filing shareholder proposals, and proxy voting that is guided by ESG guidelines.


Similar engagement and actions, not necessarily for ESG purposes.

See also