New guidelines force pension funds to reveal shareholder voting records

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Firms must report actions on environmental and social issues under revamped code Pension funds and asset managers will have to disclose their shareholder voting records on issues including theclimate crisis , as part of UK guidelines that will come into force in January. The revamped stewardship code means firms will have to publish annual reports showing they have taken environmental, social and
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