Did you know? According to our 2020 study of S&P 250 companies, 29% translate their code of conduct into five or more languages (not including English).
A code of conduct is often called the foundation of a company’s corporate ethics and compliance program. If properly designed and communicated, it’s the single most effective and impactful part.
A code of conduct is often called the foundation of a company’s corporate ethics and compliance program. If properly designed and communicated, it’s the single most effective and impactful [...]
Broad progress by European companies on governance, transparency and other stakeholder priorities is reported in the 2018 Corporate Governance Overview, being published this month by Labrador and EY. The report [...]
Willis Towers Watson, 9/25/18 Complicated? Same median employee or no? Companies face a thorough review to determine necessary changes and then must document the process leading to their decision. Read [...]
Chris Wightman, a partner and founder of CamberView Partners and formerly with Vanguard, recently shared his views with Labrador on investor-company relations, the effects of changes in ownership and shareholder [...]
The Proxy Access Battlefront for Next Season? SEC Staff Rejects Attempt to Exclude Proxy Access Shareholder Proposal
Davis Polk's Briefing: Governance, 07/26/17 "Companies that had adopted the standard proxy access formulation of permitting a shareholder or a group of no more than 20 shareholders owning 3% or [...]
No matter where you are right now in your current proxy drafting process, take the time to review these important tips from last week’s Society for Corporate Governance Conference. There [...]
ISS and Glass Lewis have released updates to their 2016 policies. Harvard's Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation provided a brief overview of the changes, see below. For [...]