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Elon Musk Says Twitter’s Board Owns Almost No Stock. How It Compares to Tesla and Others.

20 April 2022 - Some research has shown that companies whose board members own relatively more stock outperform those whose directors have less of a stake in the business. That conclusion certainly makes objective sense: A greater financial incentive should translate to more effort put in by a board member to make their company successful, assuming they are qualified and capable of serving in the role.

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Why the SEC is right to make climate risk disclosure mandatory

30 March 2022 - To direct private capital to address the complex and daunting challenges of the energy transition, climate risk disclosure needs to be standardised, mandatory and regulated in the same way as financial reporting to ensure it is timely, accurate, complete and verified.

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For 40 Years, Allocators Didn’t Need Alternatives to Succeed. That Era Is Over.

25 March 2022 - The CAIA Association has created a new framework for investors in alternatives to reflect the reality of changing market dynamics.

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Bloomberg Markets – 2 March 2022

2 March 2022 - Sarah Keohane Williamson joins Bloomberg Markets: The Close to cover the impact of current events on investments and discuss key takeaways from FCLT Summit 2022

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Even Milton Friedman would agree: Stakeholder capitalism pays off

1 February 2022 - In a "Letter to CEOs" earlier this month, Larry Fink affirms what many business leaders have been eager to hear for some time — stakeholder capitalism pays off.

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Multi-stakeholder approach yields higher returns, finds new study

19 January 2022 - Companies that fail to take a multi-stakeholder approach are missing out on far higher potential returns, according to a new study from FCLTGlobal, a not-for-profit research organization, and the ESG Analytics Lab at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Here’s What Companies Can Return When They Don’t Just Focus on Shareholders

18 January 2022 - Companies that make decisions based on the effect on local communities or the labor force may suffer in the short term — but they’re better performers in the long run.

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FCLTGlobal: Climate risk visible in all transactions

15 December 2021 - A recent webinar hosted by FCLTGlobal, the not-for profit that aims to focus capital on the long-term to support a sustainable economy, urged investors to allocate more to emerging markets to solve the climate emergency and consider climate risk in every transaction.

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How the Pandemic Changed the Terms of Investment

7 December 2021 - Long- and short-term expectations aren’t what they used to be, from corporate decisions to the fidgets in equities. And you’ll need to rethink sovereign wealth funds.

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Opinion: Climate transition planning is the new net-zero

3 December 2021 - Recent UK government move could have implications for companies far beyond its borders, says Veena Ramani

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A new phase for green investing

17 November 2021 - More specific view of how individual companies are tackling climate change will be needed

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