Videos: Why Corporate Governance Matters

Why Corporate Governance Matters

Overview

A series of videos presented by the Teachers’ Retirement Board Vice Chair, Harry Keiley, explaining why corporate governance matters.

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Why Corporate Governance Matters: Board Diversity

Why Corporate Governance Matters: Board Diversity

As an institutional investor, CalSTRS is committed to the proposition that better corporate governance leads to greater long-term value and increased returns. Numerous studies acknowledge that diverse boards initiate strategic changes more effectively, increase the exchange of ideas and lead to better performance.

In this video, Chair of the Teachers’ Retirement Board, Harry Keiley, explains the role CalSTRS played in the naming of Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg to its board of directors and why the advancement of board diversity creates better long-term shareholder value.

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Why Corporate Governance Matters: Governance Trust and Integrity

Why Corporate Governance Matters: Governance Trust and Integrity

As an institutional investor, CalSTRS advances the practice of long-term value creation. CalSTRS is committed to the proposition that better corporate governance leads to greater long-term value and increased returns.

In response to media reports of a company that has failed to uphold the highest ethical standards, Harry Keiley, Chair of the Teachers’ Retirement Board, explains why good corporate governance is significant to ensuring retirement security.

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Why Corporate Governance Matters: Sustainability and Risk Managment

Why Corporate Governance Matters: Sustainability and Risk Managment

CalSTRS advances the practice of long-term value creation. We recognize the need to protect and grow the assets California’s educators have entrusted to us. However without fundamental changes in market practices, billions of dollars, millions of people and the health of our planet are at risk.

In this video, Chair of the Teachers’ Retirement Board, Harry Keiley, explains why bolder environmental, social and corporate governance efforts are necessary to sustain the environment and increase returns.