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We do not have a formal engagement policy but within our proxy voting guidelines and as part of our sector specific ESG scorecards we inlcude guidelines on when one should inititate engagement activities.
We have formal guidleines on exeutive remuneration engagements in our remuneration policy framework for our investee companies.
For the majority of engagements we have a purpose for the engagement with a defined goal if we have engaged with a company and continue to see no progress we can choose to increase the intensity of our engagements, or choose to collaborate with other shareholders or go public with our views, we can also choose to call a shareholder meeting for a vote of no confidence in the board or management. If all this fails we can choose to disinvest from the company.
Collaborative engagements involve various investors working together to achieve a stated goal. Investors have raised the issue of acting in concert which is a risk we continue to monitor and can sometimes limit our ability to collaborate.
Individual / Internal staff engagements