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Investors need effective regulations to ensure corporate political engagement is a force for good and aligns with investors’ long-term interests and responsible investment objectives. To help investors navigate the current regulatory landscape around corporate political engagement, the PRI has worked with the OECD to map out hard and soft laws ...
Investors have a spectrum of views on tax issues, depending on their investment beliefs, risk appetite and culture. The PRI aims to enable investors to move towards practices that align with tax fairness.
Responsible political engagement plays a significant role in shaping real-world outcomes and contributing to a more sustainable financial system. The PRI aims to empower investors to transform political engagement into a lever for sustainability progress.
The PRI provides guidance to help signatories understand how their portfolio companies are demonstrating preparedness and addressing risks relating to cyber security, using governance as a proxy for cyber resilience.
Exploring the rationale, feasibility and effectiveness of including ESG factors in corporate executive pay plans - as well as guiding investors on exercising stewardship.
Corporate purpose has ignited a debate among academics and business leaders. Here we explore what corporate purpose is and why this has become a critical issue for investors.
Corruption remains one of the world’s greatest challenges. For businesses, corruption impedes economic growth, distorts competition and represents serious legal and reputational risks. The PRI provides guidance on how investors can assess and engage with investee companies to improve anti-corruption practices and reduce risks.
Effective whistleblowing mechanisms can help address systemic issues, including detecting and preventing cases of bribery and corruption, tax avoidance, money laundering and human rights violations. The PRI provides guidance on how investors can assess and engage with investee companies to improve whistleblowing practices.
Director nominations and elections represent some of the most fundamental ownership rights for shareholders – namely the right to appoint and remove members of a company board to represent their interests in promoting long-term value creation.