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CMi2i announces appointment
Massimiliana Smith joins CMi2i as Head of Debt Intelligence Services.
CMi2i announces that Massimiliana Smith is joining the company as Head of Debt Intelligence Services. Massi was previously with Nexum ID and Thomson Reuters, and over the last ten years has worked with issuers and their advisors analysing over $100billion worth of bondholders in the secondary markets on both corporate actions and Debt IR Activities.
Press Release - October 2018
Bloomberg & CMi2i Join Forces on Investor Relations Solutions
Bloomberg and CMi2i announce today that CMi2i’s shareholder identification analysis can be accessed through Bloomberg’s investor relations (“IR”) functionality within the Bloomberg Terminal. Reliable and comprehensive information on companies’ shareholders is crucial for IR managers. Collecting this information can be challenging, especially in jurisdictions where public disclosure of...
CMi2i Newsletter July 2018
CMi2i Annual Investor Corporate Governance Report
Covering over 1,200 funds in Europe and the US, accounting for over $8 trillion of funds under management, the Report tracks the ongoing evolution of shareholder corporate governance issues and activity in light of changing regulatory, accountability and broader societal trends such as inequality, diversity and the breakdown in trust of traditional institutions following the financial crisis...
Moody's launches quarterly compilation focused on ESG and sustainable finance research
London, 09 October 2018 -- Moody's Investors Service today published the first edition of its Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)-themed research compilation. The report, 'ESG focus,' will be published on a quarterly basis and pulls together research...
Voting Trends from 2018 AGM Season - Investment Association
FTSE100 pay and director re-election spark renewed shareholder rebellion at 2018 AGM season
New analysis of voting trends during the 2018 AGM season published today shows that shareholder rebellions rose by over a quarter in 2018, landing 120 companies on the Investment Association’s Public Register of shareholder votes. The new data compiled by the Investment Association, the trade body that represents the UK’s asset management industry, shows that 120 FTSE All-Share companies were added to the Public...