Ahold Delhaize has published a human rights report - giving confidence to investors that it is working to address some of its most salient issues, in addition to launching a new climate change strategy.
EOS continues to engage with the company on investor expectations on ESG.
Case studies are shown to demonstrate engagement, EOS does not make any investment recommendations and the information is not an offer to buy or sell securities.
Sectors: Lead – Consumer Goods, Financial Services, Industrial & Capital Goods
Pauline Lecoursonnois engages with companies in the UK, France, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Australia with a focus on consumer goods & retail, financial services, pharmaceuticals and utilities sectors. Prior to joining EOS, she worked as a research analyst at Institutional Shareholder Services, focussing on governance matters, and as a research assistant at the Universities Superannuation Scheme and for the ESG sell-side research team of Natixis. Pauline holds a Master’s in Management & Sustainable Development from Sherbrooke University and the ESCEM School of Business and Management. She speaks French and has a good working knowledge of Spanish.
Nature’s larder – why food producers must safeguard biodiversity
As many of the risks associated with the decline of nature are concentrated in the agricultural supply chain, it is imperative that companies develop a comprehensive understanding of how biodiversity underpins their business model.