Jackie Cook has revamped the Fund Votes website with a nice fresh look. More importantly, she’s added new features that make me move it toward the top of useful sites for retail shareowners, as well as for some institutional investors. As far as I know, Fund Votes has long had the most comprehensive proprietary database of mutual fund proxy votes spanning eight years for US institutions and six years for Canadian institutions.
The mainstay of Cook’s work has been analysis of these votes, parsing out trends and implications for the corporate governance industrial complex. New to the site, at least to my recollection, are two new pages: