Why trustee power over ESG is limited

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Trustees have little power to influence managers' voting policies
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Trustees have little power to influence managers' voting policies

ESG is increasingly important for schemes but trustees have little influence over manager decisions. Pádraig Floyd asks what they can do to redress the balance.

The past couple of years have seen ESG matters move into the mainstream of investment strategy. But, while the argument that ESG factors can have material impact on a scheme's investments has been won,...

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