A new report released today by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE) reveals that when it comes to the transparency and accountability of Canada’s lobbyist registries, considerable room for improvement remains.
A new report published by the Shareholder Association for Research and Education (SHARE), Is Canadian trade association lobbying aligned with Canada’s Paris Agreement commitments? reveals that while many trade associations have voiced support for carbon pricing, that support is often qualified by broad claims of reduced competitiveness, which may or may not be based on empirical evidence.
A coalition of 79 global institutional investors with nearly $8 trillion in AUM is putting its muscle behind a demand that companies disclose more information on how they manage their global workforces.
Une coalition de 79 investisseurs institutionnels internationaux représentant un actif sous gestion de près de 8 mille milliards de dollars a été créée pour demander aux sociétés une plus grande divulgation d´information en matière de gestion de main d’œuvre.
SHARE IN THE NEWS
Investment Executive: Investors are increasingly demanding transparency on corporate lobbying, yet the disclosure in lobbyist registries falls short, suggests a report from the Vancouver-based Shareholder Association for Research & Education (SHARE)…
Vancouver Sun: Opinion article by Kevin Thomas, SHARE’s Director of Shareholder Engagement, on the Canada’s lobbyist registries and our registry scorecard report.
Edmonton Journal: Opinion article co-authored by SHARE’s Executive Director, Andrea Nemtin, Executive Director of the Inspirit Foundation; Mark Sevestre, President of the National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association (NATOA).
Globe and Mail: Opinion article co-authored by SHARE’s Director of Proxy Voting Research and Operations, Jackie Cook and Director of Shareholder Engagement, Kevin Thomas about the corporate governance innovations introduced through shareholder…