Free USPX Training – Learn How to File Shareowner Proposals

For a second year, the United States Proxy Exchange (USPX) is offering shareowners one-on-one training in the intricacies of filing shareowner proposals. The instructor will be a prominent shareowner activist who has successfully filed hundreds of shareowner proposals. The training is free for USPX members, and instruction is provided entirely by phone and e-mail. To file one or more proposals, you will need to have held at least $2000 in a corporation’s stock for at least a year. We will walk you step-by-step through the process, assist you in responding to challenges and make sure your proposals are presented and voted on at the annual meetings. This is a wonderful way to step up your involvement as a shareowner. To get started, e-mail the USPX.

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3 Responses to Free USPX Training – Learn How to File Shareowner Proposals

  1. James McRitchie October 6, 2010 at 11:52 am #

    To all the idealists of the 1960s and 1970s who wanted to change the world, here’s your chance. Those of us who live in the United States like to think we live in a democracy but how democratic can our country be when the most dominant institutions aren’t? Bringing greater democracy to companies will help create institutions that more fully reflect our values. If you’ve ever wanted to make positive changes at key institutions, this is your chance. Sign up with USPX and sign up for the course.

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