Search this website. You can use fund codes to locate specific funds

Hyundai Motor

Engagement case study

Fast reading

  • Hyundai Motor has improved its board composition and skill sets, making progress from its historically dominant founding family, and acknowledging minority shareholder interests.
  • Hermes EOS has engaged with the company since 2008 on various issues and continues to press for gender diversity on the board and tackle sustainability challenges.

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.

Related Insights

Playing with fire
Given the global challenge to tropical forests, it is crucial that investors engage with companies whose supply chains may impact deforestation.
A blueprint for a better future - engagement on the UN SDGs
Why do we engage on the SDGs, when these are policy goals and not always directly applicable to companies? Our view is that the long-term success of business is inextricably linked to that of the goals.
Women in tech - plugging the leaky pipeline
There is evidence to suggest that the underrepresentation of women in the technical and developer workforce reinforces gender inequality.
Closing the loop - fixes for fast fashion
How can investors convince companies to consider the full lifecycle of their low-price garments, rather than simply focusing on getting fashion to consumers as cheaply as possible?
How to move corporate purpose forward
Hermes EOS welcomes the breakthrough by 181 CEO members of the US Business Roundtable (BRT) who last week signed a Statement of Purpose endorsing a stakeholder-inclusive purpose for corporations.
The fast fashion fiasco
Fashion retailers are now able to provide styles priced so cheaply that consumers can afford to wear an item once and then throw it away – but fast fashion has a hidden price.

EOS Client Service and Business Development

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