BlackRock to Back Shareholder Votes on Climate Change
World's largest asset manager faces growing pressure to use its clout to change companies’ behaviour.
Sandy Boss, head of investment stewardship at the asset manager, said BlackRock had traditionally given companies the “benefit of the doubt” that they treated issues such as climate change seriously, but there is a “sense of urgency now” that businesses must take faster action. Read more: https://www.ft.com/content/d47a23bb-5c50-4aa6-adde-de0113395827
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