ShareAction boss hopes UK firms don't follow FAANG approach to stewardship

'S' of ESG still neglected

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ShareAction's Catherine Howarth
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ShareAction's Catherine Howarth

ShareAction CEO Catherine Howarth hopes UK businesses continue to pioneer investor stewardship standards and refrain from adopting FAANGs’ standoffish approach.

Speaking at the Sustainable Investment Festival, Howarth pointed to the tech giant FAANGs which have often been criticised for workplace practices but have so far been unwilling to engage. "It's a huge...

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