In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock
In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock

exclusive | Governance, the G in ESG, is critical to businesses seeking capital to survive coronavirus crisis and US-China conflict

  • The pandemic and rising US-China tensions have thrown boardrooms into crisis mode – but rather than run and hide, directors should openly engage stakeholders in dialogue, says a panel of experts
  • Family-owned businesses lag behind on governance, says Credit Suisse report

Topic |   China economy
In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock
In recent years investors have been prodding companies to pay more attention to the environment, their social impact and governance, also known as ESG. Photo: Shutterstock
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