The Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF) has shown support for Amazon's shareholder resolutions, advising its members vote for 11 of 12 shareholder proposals.
XPS Pensions Group saw over 20% of its shareholders revolt when voting on its remuneration report at its annual general meeting (AGM) this week.
Pension schemes and institutional investors are being offered a "revolutionary" streamlined process for exercising their shareholder voting rights as KAS Bank launches Voteroom.
Stephanie Baxter says trustees should welcome the regulator's tougher line on excessive shareholder payouts
With the AGM season just around the corner, Victoria Ticha looks at what we can learn following the recent collapse of the construction giant
One of the curiosities of Carillion's failure was how shareholders in the firm seemingly failed to notice the firm's demise.
Corporate governance guidelines aim to improve decision-making processes by listening to stakeholders better. James Phillips explores how pension funds will benefit
Letter to FTSE All-Share members
This week we want to know if the government should introduce a law to equalise benefits for cohabiting couples, and if the law balances the needs of shareholders and members.
IAS 19 is the accounting standard many sponsors use to make disclosures about their defined benefit schemes in their records. But a report from Lincoln Pensions argues IAS 19 is not good enough. Michael Klimes investigates.
Some of UK's largest pension schemes and fund managers have called on Anglo American, Glencore and Rio Tinto to be more transparent over climate change risks.
Prudential has signalled its bulk annuity volumes will reduce as new regulatory capital buffers will make it harder to make the business profitable.
Church Commissioners for England has co-filed a shareholder resolution at ExxonMobil to force the US oil and gas giant to disclose how it will cope in a lower carbon world.
The proposed merger between Just Retirement and Partnership has been put on hold subject to meeting Solvency II requirements and is expected in January.
Companies are not disclosing vital information about the workforce despite it being a clear driver of long-term sustainability. Stephanie Baxter finds out why it is a concern
Almost all of BP's shareholders have voted to force the company to disclose the risks it faces from climate change.
RPMI Railpen Investments has co-signed a shareholder move urging French media company Vivendi to drop double voting rights for long-term investors.
PP looks at criticisms of plans to reward long-term investors
AMNT’s Bill Trythall says it is shocking that shareholder votes are not always counted
BP has told its shareholders to back a resolution brought against the company urging it to disclose risks associated with climate change.
Shell has told its shareholders to support a resolution brought against the company to force it to disclose risks associated with climate change.
Pressure from companies to water down proposed changes to the EU Shareholders' Rights Directive has been criticised by the Investment Association.
The proposed revision of the EU Shareholder Rights Directive could be too prescriptive for pension schemes, according to PensionsEurope.
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) is encouraging trustees to quiz their fund managers about their use of the enhanced voting rights and Japan's Stewardship Code.