A guide for investors
2019 ENGAGEMENT SNAPSHOT
SHARE helps institutional investors become active owners
US & GLOBAL EQUITIES ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM
Investing to build a sustainable, inclusive and productive society
BECOME AN ACTIVE OWNER
Find out more about our shareholder engagement service
EXCERCISE YOUR VOTING RIGHTS
Our proxy voting services will help you vote your shares responsibly
RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT SERVICES FOR
Want to align your investment policies and practices with your mission? SHARE can help with a range of services for mission-driven investors.
Exercise your rights as shareholders in a way that meets your fiduciary obligations through SHARE’s active ownership services for pension funds.
SHARE provides faith-based investors with shareholder engagement, proxy voting and consulting services as well as annual workshops and timely research.
Become an Affiliate
Join more than 30 organizations from across Canada including pension funds, religious organizations, trade unions and foundations and help change how capital markets address sustainability.
SHARE is seeking a Director of Shareholder Advocacy to lead the organization’s shareholder engagement and policy advocacy program. Please submit a cover letter and resume to [email protected] by 5pm (Pacific) on November 29, 2019.
Even as some energy sector leaders publicly endorsed the Paris Agreement, they engaged in intensive direct lobbying and financed trade associations, think tanks or political campaigns that hindered development of effective climate regulations. The misalignment between corporate rhetoric and political advocacy also constitutes a material risk for investors.
Urgently, banks must fully integrate climate change considerations into their business strategies, lending policies and practices to enable Canada to reduce its greenhouse gases in a way that limits the harmful impacts of climate change. Over the past several years, SHARE has been engaging with Canadian banks, asking them to do just this – and we are seeing some positive momentum begin to take shape
A new report, Moving Capital, Shifting Power, profiles how investors can support Indigenous training, employment, contracting, advancement and business development opportunities.