Are Investors Becoming Fully Engaged?

Engagement is a term we’ve been hearing more and more in the investing world these days, and it seems as though shareholders’ voices are only getting louder. The practice has typically garnered thoughts of activist investors and hostile takeovers aimed at obtaining seats on the board to represent new visions within companies. But a push is growing from firms and investors aligned with environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and impact investing, as well as some of the largest asset managers in the world, to engage with companies to advocate for positive outcomes for both companies and their shareholders.

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