Big Data, ESG And Corporate Reporting — How Companies Can Strengthen Shareholder Relations

Courteney Keatinge is the director of Glass Lewis’s environmental, social and governance research, and covers shareholder proposals across a range of markets. Keatinge is also the author of issue reports on topics such as political contributions, sustainability reporting, proxy access and hydraulic fracturing.

We interviewed Keatinge on the intersection of corporate reporting and big data. Big data refers to the large amount of data that companies are exposed to on a day-to-day basis that may impact shareholder relations. Specifically, Keatinge discussed the influence of reporting ESG (environmental, social and governance) data on shareholder relations.

Author: Christopher P. Skroupa


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