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Novartis case study

EOS Engagement Impact

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  • Novartis has increased its board gender diversity, appointed its first new auditor since 1940 and shown leadership on artificial intelligence.
  • With over a decade of engagement history with the company, EOS continues its dialogue for change on ESG, on behalf of long-term investors.

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Here we also have footage of Pauline Lecoursonnois speaking at Novartis' 2020 shareholder meeting.

 
 

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.

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