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Dr Rieneke Slager co-authors report for UN-backed body

17 May 2018
Rieneke Slager
Rieneke Slager

Assistant professor and Rosalind Franklin Fellow Dr Rieneke Slager is a co-author on a report supported and published by the United Nations-backed Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI). The report, entitled ‘How ESG engagement creates value for investors and companies’, examines how shareholder engagement with environmental, social and governance issues (ESG) can create value.

It contains several recommendations for both companies and investors, drawn from interviews with 52 corporate actors involved in shareholder engagementon ESG issues. You can read a summary of the report over at the FEB Blog.

Last modified:17 May 2018 2.30 p.m.

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