Companies Hold Investors Closer

Companies are engaging in dialogue with their institutional investors more frequently, according to a recent survey, but the two sides have different views on the success of their interactions.

Eighty-seven percent of companies, 70% of asset managers and 62% of asset owners, such as pension funds, say they've had at least one engagement in the past year, according to the survey commissioned by IRRC, a not-for-profit organization that focuses on corporate governance. And 53% of asset owners, 64% of asset managers and 50% of issuers say they are interacting more.


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