Shining a light on its corporate behavior, Invesco, one of the largest asset managers in the world, with $1.1 trillion in assets, provided an update on where the company has performed in environmental, social and governance aspects, especially during the pandemic, for which it contributed more than $1 million in relief and is matching employee donations given to COVID-19 related charities.
In a call-out to investors, the report looked at Invesco’s corporate citizenship, climate change behavior, ESG and diversity and inclusion advancements.
For example, within diversity, the company pledged to increase female representation in senior management to between 35% and 40% by 2022. By the end of 2019, that number was at 32%, it says. At the end of 2019, two of the company’s nine board members were women.