Monthly Archives: March 2018

Truly responsible investors fuse social mission with corporate performance

There is more confusion in the world of investment today than there has ever been. Historically, the most contentious debate has been around differing perspectives on value (short or long term, shareholder or other stakeholders?). More recently, further confusion has … Continue reading

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Financial and societal advantages of long-term strategy – the evidence

This article by John Mansfield, MI’s Global Lead on remuneration, first appeared on South Africa’s ‘Business Day’ The debate over the merits of short-termism versus long-termism has raged for many years but has now finally been put to bed. A … Continue reading

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Shareholder-centric governance model takes authority away from boards and managers

This article by John Mansfield, MI’s Global Lead on remuneration, first appeared on South Africa’s ‘Business Day’ Let’s not blame directors for not fulfilling their fiduciary duties and causing corporate failure. It’s not really their fault; they’re simply playing by … Continue reading

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