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EOS 2019 Annual Review

Voting and engagement highlights

Fast reading

  • Features on our engagement work with companies on the climate crisis and human rights issues
  • Q&As with engagers on topics such as AI ethics, reducing plastic waste and the opioid epidemic
  • Case studies on G4S and Ping An Insurance Group
  • Highlights of our public policy work around the globe 

The Annual Review contains voting and engagement data, progress updates on engagement objectives and commentary relating to the work that EOS has carried out on behalf of its clients over the last year. 

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EOS Client Service and Business Development

Amy D’Eugenio,
Head of Client Service and Business Development, EOS