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EOS Engagement Plan 2020-2022

Our approach to engagement

Fast reading

  • Our engagement activities enable long-term institutional investors to be more active owners of their assets, through dialogue with companies on environmental, social and governance issues.
  • EOS focuses its stewardship on the issues with the greatest potential for long-term positive outcomes for investors and their beneficiaries.
  • Read about our approach to engagement and our key priorities for the next three years.

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EOS Client Service and Business Development

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