NBIM will vote against the re-election of Credit Suisse's risk committee in reaction to the Greensill and Archegos scandals.
Invesco is expanding its board of directors with three new members, including executives at activist hedge fund Trian Fund Management.
For J.P. Morgan Asset Management, efforts to advance Black talent and improve diversity at the firm start at the top.
Dawid Konotey-Ahulu is optimistic that the U.K. investment industry is facing up to the fact that it needs to address racial injustice.
Norges Bank Investment Management will publish and explain all votes against company boards at shareholder meetings starting Wednesday.
Hiromichi Mizuno, former CIO of the world's largest pension fund, joined the Said Business School's global leadership council.
The next generation of consumers is stepping into the ESG spotlight for some money managers.
Investors are calling time on unequal voting structures of companies.
The Investment Association has upped the gender diversity on its own board of directors with three new appointments.
FTSE 350 companies need to change their ways when it comes to female representation at a leadership level, said the Investment Association.
European pension funds are doing better than sovereign wealth funds and central banks at promoting gender equality.
Company boards should focus on explaining how they foster innovation and improve productivity over huge pay packets for executives.
An investor group representing more than $26.3 trillion in assets under management is pledging to engage the top contributors to global greenhouse gas emissions.
Index and exchange-traded fund providers are making good progress in their corporate governance practices, according to Morningstar.
The London Stock Exchange Group will hold a general meeting of shareholders to consider resolutions related to its chairman and CEO.
The Investment Association has outlined areas of company remuneration that its members will focus on during next year's annual general meeting season.
Diversity is moving up asset owners' agendas, with the issue beginning to influence how they select managers and structure their boards.
Institutional investors continue to focus on the short term despite demanding a long-term focus from their money managers and the companies in which they invest.
A group of institutional investors and managers are calling for enhanced disclosure of climate-related risks from the world's largest banks.
Investors objecting to executive pay packages at listed companies will be given more support and enhanced transparency.
Norway's sovereign wealth fund has expressed concerns over proposed voting rights for listing companies on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange's new board.
The U.K.'s largest listed companies have listened and acted on "investor rebellions" in 2016.
Institutional Shareholder Services acquired the investment climate data advisory division of South Pole Group in a move that reinforces its responsible investing tools and services.
Corporate governance is among factors driving shareholder activism among institutional investors in the U.K. and continental Europe.