Video: How trustees can hold companies to account

Philip Meadowcroft explains how and why trustees should hold firms their schemes invest in to account

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Philip Meadowcroft explains how and why trustees should hold firms their schemes invest in to account.

The trustee and activist addresses the barriers and burdens that make it difficult for trustees to engage with these companies at the moment.

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