UK - Insight Investment engaged with 94 companies on corporate governance and socially responsible investment on behalf of pension funds during the last quarter.
The list of companies included: J. Sainsbury, Dixons Group, Anglo American, Rio Tinto, British American Tobacco and BAA.
Engagement was done on a number of issues including human rights, corporate governance, health and safety management and biodiversity.
Head of investor responsibility Craig Mackenzie said: “The main reason for the large number of companies is that we wrote a letter to 70 companies this quarter about human rights.”
Insight owns shares in 83% of all the companies in the FTSE All Share Index, and engaged with 76% of the companies by market value.
Earlier this year Insight held talks with the government on the national contact point for complaints against companies not adhering to SRI guidelines.
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