Sitting corporate directors shouldn’t have to guess what a large institutional investor expects from today’s boards. Yet many directors have never had any engagement with large shareholders or been able to discuss what matters to them.
Michael Garland, Assistant Comptroller for Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at the New York City Office of the Comptroller, joins us to discuss institutional investor expectations for the board. He discusses how directors can engage active investors and highlights what red flags investors should look for in a board’s governance structure.
- What are Garland’s core expectations for the invested company's board of directors?
- Upon an initial board review, what are some obvious red flags that lead investors to a push for change?
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