Rivel’s Corporate Governance Intelligence Council (CGIC) is the only program of its kind to combine a 360-degree perspective from all your constituents – the global buy-side, proxy voters, senior management, investor relations, ESG professionals and the corporate secretary – to derive what is best-in-class corporate governance and most suitable for your company.
For both engagement and governance to be effective, they must be predicated on gaining an accurate and detailed understanding of the perspectives and expectations of the investment community on your company. By gaining actionable insight based on in-depth measures and analysis of the global investment community, companies are able to better identify and communicate their specific value proposition.
Members receive custom benchmarking and gain access to the most powerful and comprehensive governance library and database in the industry. This is coupled with year-round consulting for all governance and engagement initiatives.
Rivel’s consultative analyses translate the data into actionable intelligence, working with you to formulate focused board and management strategy, engagement and disclosure.
The Rivel Corporate Governance Intelligence Council is changing how companies approach governance engagement and communications by providing reliable, actionable data from an unprecedented global network of governance professionals and institutional investors.
The Council combines the experiences and knowledge of its membership with insights derived from Rivel’s historical and constantly updating buy-side, proxy voting and corporate research databases. With this perspective on investor and public-company perceptions and practices, the Council brings exclusive, research-validated intelligence to everyday corporate governance decision-making.
The Corporate Governance Intelligence Council provides assistance for all your governance processes. In addition to our industry-leading library of governance and investor research, the CGIC also offers you:
These resources are supplemented on an ad-hoc basis by comprehensive surveys of timely issues of concern to governance professionals, in addition to practical updates on important legal and regulatory changes.
Sustainability matters. Stakeholders have steadily and increasingly focused on this issue over the past few years. Investors are now adopting formal policies governing their proxy-voting and investment strategies. The SRI crowd is growing, activist investors are using it as another potential lever against management, and it matters most to investors who are likely towards the very top of your investor profile – passive investors.
All companies in all sectors are constantly being scrutinized and evaluated on their corporate responsibility practices and communications. The need to increase awareness of the company’s commitment to ESG, to engage with, and understand, your various internal and external stakeholder groups is paramount to a successful sustainability strategy.
Clearly conveying the company’s ability and success in recognizing, navigating and acting upon sustainability challenges represents both a significant business risk and opportunity. But where do you start? How has your company integrated sustainability practices into the business strategy and how does this reflect on your culture? Are you focused on the right issues, the right stakeholders, the right frameworks and the right reporting agencies?
Understanding how to clearly communicate around an opaque and ever-changing issue can be challenging. At Rivel, we assist clients with navigating their corporate responsibility challenges the following ways:
If you are interested in learning more about Rivel’s governance services please contact David Bobker, Managing Director, Governance, Sustainability and Board Evaluation at +1 (203) 803-1515 or via email at email@example.com
Request to review the Executive Summary Governance Benchmarking and Perception Reports:
Flashpoint Study on the Role of the Corporate Secretary in Institutional Investor Engagement – Executive Summary
Survey of North American Proxy Voters; The Role of Governance in Voting and Investment Decisions – Executive Summary
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