Biden’s SEC chairman has indicated he will look the other way on potential conflicts of interest at proxy-advisory firms.
No firm should be forced by the SEC to adopt the ostensibly beneficial policies some theorists are urging.
The SEC must remain an independent regulator that protects the long-term interests of all shareholders rather than an environmental watchdog.
Regulators should think twice before imposing uniform climate-risk models.
On the menu today: the SPAC craze slows down, Hwang’s leveraged blowout, and S&P 4,000.
The week of March 15: ESG’s new clothes, tax troubles ahead, inflation ahead (or not) and much, much more.