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Companies keen to protect their brands are more likely to change corporate behaviour under pressure

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Irresponsibility often occurs in areas that are already regulated but where oversight is weak

Splitting the chief executive and chairman roles can be good for returns

Energised shareholders are putting pressure on companies to engage

Despite government initiatives, the number of female executive directors has increased only slightly

The government has benefited from its drive to bring in double-voting rights

The BHS collapse highlights the need for stricter scrutiny

Governance and stewardship reforms have been successful

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