It is nonsense to claim that stakeholder capitalism delivers inadequate returns.
Who should determine whether ESG factors are integrated into corporate decision-making? Should it solely be a company’s choice, or are the views of fund managers paramount?
Former MP and frontbencher says ‘a different model for capitalism’ is needed
Systemic racism is an ESG (environmental, social and governance) issue but the ESG investment community has failed to properly address it.
Ensuring environmental, social and governance factors ("ESG") are properly integrated into corporate decision making is what I'm putting my energies into.
Chuka will be working with the leaderships of all three companies to help build value in the long term for investors and shareholders.
Businesses face more scrutiny following the pandemic – and populist politicians trying to screw them over
Business needs to act to ensure that in a post coronavirus world a regulated, social market economy delivers the goods for more people. So CEOs need to become more vocal and activist in addressing ESG concerns, not less.
Can businesses throw environmental, social and governance concerns (ESG) overboard when normality returns?
Business shouldn't junk the new found fervour for ESG in the pursuit of short term profit as soon as normality returns. Here's why.
Both morally and financially, the UK can't afford to miss out on becoming a leading force in the fight against the climate crisis.
Failing to recognise business must serve all stakeholders, as well as shareholders, is a bigger risk in the long term. Just ask Boeing
Gone are the days of ignoring flaws in the current model. It will be a challenge, but pushing the stakeholder agenda forward isn’t just wise – it’s a necessity
Boris Johnson cannot afford to take the confidence of businesses for granted with Brexit approaching
The government and firms will need to show that all the deal activity we are told is coming actually delivers for society as well as shareholders
So another era of Conservative government begins, with MPs being sworn in and the state opening of the new parliament later this week. It was a disappointing general election for my party, the Liberal Democrats, but that should not obscure the progress that was made. We gained 1.2 million more votes relative to 2017 with our vote share increasing by 4.2