SOURCE: The Corporate Library

June 17, 2008 14:51 ET

The Corporate Library Opens Research Archives in Support of UNPRI Signatories

PORTLAND, ME--(Marketwire - June 17, 2008) - To support its commitment to the United Nations' Principles of Responsible Investment (UNPRI), The Corporate Library announced today that, as a signatory of the UNPRI, it has opened its online research archives. All research reports and analysis published for sale by the firm prior to June 30, 2007, now are available at no charge on The Corporate Library's online store at www.thecorporatelibrary.com.

"We take seriously our commitment to the principles set forth in the UNPRI. For almost a decade we have built The Corporate Library into the leading independent research organization focused on governance risk and extra-financial analysis. Our recent global service expansions have brought increased international focus on our research services. We believe that this effort will be of value to furthering the institution of responsible investment principles in the global market," said Richard A. Bennett, CEO of The Corporate Library.

The research being made available spans over 5 years and contains 45 reports. With its unique insights, The Corporate Library research on governance and other extra-financial risks provides valuable insights to investors, corporations, professional services firms and the greater governance community.

About The Corporate Library

The Corporate Library is an independent research firm that provides corporate governance information products, research services and data to a broad variety of clients including institutional investors, corporations, D&O liability insurers, law firms, accounting firms, executive search firms, academic institutions and the media. The Corporate Library produces the definitive ratings of U.S. corporate boards of directors, allowing businesses that subscribe to the service to evaluate governance as an element of risk. The Corporate Library is also a leading publisher of corporate governance reports and studies, including reports on CEO employment contracts, governance practices, mutual fund proxy voting, and executive and director compensation, which its analysts compile using its extensive database of over 10,000 public companies and over 60,000 executives and directors. Additional information on The Corporate Library and its suite of online corporate governance data and analysis products can be found on its website at www.thecorporatelibrary.com.

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