Published May 5, 2017

Shareholder Rights Under Attack

An uptick in virtual AGMs and a proposed rollback to Dodd Frank imperil consumer financial protections and investor proxy access

An uptick in virtual corporate AGMs and a proposed rollback to Dodd Frank imperil consumer financial protections and investor proxy access
ICCR
Published May 5, 2017

Wells Fargo: A Question of Ethics

The bank is guilty of widespread and systemic illegal acts of consumer fraud, including setting up two million deposit and credit card accounts for customers without their permission.
ICCR
Published May 5, 2017

How Unregulated Labor Recruitment Can Trap Migrant Workers in Slavery

And what investors & corporations can do to prevent it.

150 million workers left their home countries in 2013 in search of a job, and that number is increasing every year. Unethical recruiters often charge workers the equivalent of thousands of dollars in fees to secure employment.
ICCR
Published April 15, 2016

Year 2 of the Access to Nutrition Index

What the Rankings Are Telling Us and Why Investors Should Care

An interview with Inge Kauer, Executive Director, Access to Nutrition Foundation; Lauren Compere, Managing Director/Director of Shareholder Engagement at Boston Common Asset Management; and Laurence Loubieres, Associate Director, Sustainalytics, and Susana McDermott, Director of Communications, ICCR
ICCR
Published July 7, 2015

The Art (and Science) of Shareholder Engagement

What is the “secret sauce” that leads to productive corporate engagements, and why do engagements sometimes stall or fail?
Published June 12, 2015

Invested in Change

Faith-Consistent Investing in a Climate-Challenged World

The climate change crisis makes it clear that investors cannot afford to be passive.