London — With millions out of work or now reliant on the government for their pay checks, ESG investors are preparing to scrutinise executive pay as never before.

While some companies began to link compensation of top managers with their performance on social and environmental issues before this year, the idea is set to gain much greater traction after the coronavirus outbreak, according to $1.1-trillion asset manager Nuveen...

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