In-depth: What is at stake in EU plans for sustainable corporate governance?

Many aspects of the EU’s plans to legislate for sustainable corporate governance remain the subject of heated debate, particularly the prospect of binding due diligence on supply chains and linking directors’ pay to green performance.

by Raquel Guerra
Financial markets commission Mairead McGuinness: “I’m really determined that we will achieve things that need to be done, including the need to refocus the financial system on sustainability.” Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images
Financial markets commission Mairead McGuinness: “I’m really determined that we will achieve things that need to be done, including the need to refocus the financial system on sustainability.” Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images

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