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Institutional members

Institutional members are vital to the ongoing operations of ECGI. They are strong advocates of good governance frameworks, although ECGI does not endorse or verify members' corporate governance practices. 

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What are the benefits of institutional membership?

There are mutual benefits associated with this membership category. ECGI functions as a bridge between academia and practice. It provides a filter so that the research used by your team can be reliably cited and referenced for your objectives. Without our institutional members, ECGI would be unable to fulfil this function. More concrete benefits include:

  • Access to all communications.
  • An organisation profile on the ECGI website highlighting your corporate governance and stewardship practices and policies.
  • Multiple individual profiles for your team in our member directory detailing their experience.
  • Complimentary access to the Annual ECGI Dinner and Conference.
  • A seat on the ECGI Blog Advisory Board.
  • Speaking opportunities.
  • Branding opportunities.
  • Direct access to the ECGI executive team.
How much does it cost?

Institutional membership costs EUR 2,750 for 12 months (starting anytime). It is discounted to EUR 2,000 for academic schools and institutions.

Who are the other institutional members?

Please scroll below for a full list of active members in this category.

Did you know?

PRI signatories are encouraged to support academic research on ESG:

Principle 1: We will incorporate ESG issues into investment analysis and decision-making processes.

Possible actions:

  • Address ESG issues in investment policy statements.
  • Support development of ESG-related tools, metrics, and analyses.
  • Assess the capabilities of internal investment managers to incorporate ESG issues.
  • Assess the capabilities of external investment managers to incorporate ESG issues.
  • Ask investment service providers (such as financial analysts, consultants, brokers, research firms, or rating companies) to integrate ESG factors into evolving research and analysis.
  • Encourage academic and other research on this theme.
  • Advocate ESG training for investment professionals.
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Our Institutional members

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