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ESG Materiality, Q4 2022

Key voting season trends in emerging markets

25 November 2022 |
Active ESG
In the latest issue we reflect on the 2022 voting season and key trends, including the continued push for greater board independence and diversity across emerging markets.
GEMs ESG Materiality, Q4 2022

Fast reading

  • The AGM voting season in 2022 saw renewed attempts to improve board diversity and independence – underlining our focus on board effectiveness as a key driver of long-term shareholder value.
  • Our corporate governance principles set out a clear expectation for the separation of chief executive officer (CEO) and chair roles as the most effective way to ensure the effectiveness and independence of the board.
  • We also profile two names – AIA Group and Landmark Optoelectronics, that have shown positive progress on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics, following our engagement.

GEMs ESG Materiality, Q4 2022

GEMs ESG Materiality, Q4 2022

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