Amidst high-profile scandals such as Wells Fargo and Apple’s unpaid tax, there is a counter-trend of asset managers relying on environmental social governance

Corporate governance – the very name is yawn-inducing. It’s the nitty-gritty of running companies well and putting into place systems, both accounting and cultural, that help ensure long-term, trouble-free corporate success.

This year saw a number of high-profile governance failures on both sides of the Atlantic. The most recent is...

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