Historic support for shareholder proposal on Indigenous inclusion cultivates meaningful, transparent action on reconciliation in the financial sector
May 12, 2021 – Shareholders of TMX Group Ltd. voted overwhelmingly to support a resolution on Indigenous inclusion and reconciliation at the company’s annual and special meeting of shareholders held earlier today. The vote will have profound effects on Canadian companies and the Indigenous economy.
Following productive dialogue with the company, we are pleased to announce that the board of directors of the TMX Group has agreed to jointly support a resolution on reconciliation and Indigenous relations filed by SHARE on behalf of the Atkinson Foundation.
For his work mobilizing investors to advocate for a sustainable economy as CEO of SHARE, Kevin Thomas is being recognized as an industry leader by the 2021 Clean50 Awards.
New research by the Reconciliation and Responsible Investment Initiative suggests that corporate Canada is slow to recognize the value of tracking and reporting on Indigenous relations and reconciliation.
Une coalition de fonds de dotation et de régimes de retraite universitaires canadiens lance une nouvelle initiative par l’entremise de SHARE, un organisme à but non lucratif de défense des droits des investisseurs, afin de avec les entreprises investies sur les risques liés aux changements climatiques.
A coalition of Canadian university endowments and pension plans is launching a new initiative through SHARE, a non-profit investor advocacy organization, investee corporations on climate change risks.
New research explores the legal concept of fiduciary duty through Indigenous legal perspectives. The paper concludes that Indigenous laws can help decision-makers align their investments with their community values.
In response to the US Securities Exchange Commission finalizing its proposed changes to the rules today governing the submission of shareholder proposals, Kevin Thomas, CEO of SHARE, made a number of comments.