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GS Ascertain Client Voting Preferences

GS Ascertain Client Voting Preferences

GS Ascertain Client Voting Preferences is a shareholder proposal filed by James McRitchie at Goldman Sachs (GS). We want Goldman Sachs to advance democratic corporate governance, to be aware of and report on the reputational and financial risks it faces over a misalignment between the proxy votes it casts and its client’s values and preferences. […]

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Bill Steiner at Olin AGM

Bill Steiner – Legacy Continues

Bill Steiner Had Huge Impact Bill Steiner would have seen the 2020 proxy season as a busy and exciting one for individual shareholder activists. While the SEC considers changes (your comments can still have impact, even if submitted late) to reduce the influence of shareholders, so called “gadflies”  continue to demonstrate leadership, effectiveness and ability […]

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CorpGov Provisions in Senate Bill

Annette L. Nazareth of Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP nicely summarizes the provisions of the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010 that passed the Senate in her post on the Harvard Law CorpGov blog, Senate Bill Passes with Broad Corporate Governance and Compensation Provisions, 5/21/10. Listing exchanges would be required to impose a majority […]

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Dodd Bill: Majority Vote Provisions

Senator Dodd  finally introduced his bill. I’m sure it will get a massive coverage and comment. I will have little to add. Find a quick overview at The Corporate Library (Dodd’s Bill, 3/15/10). The Dodd Bill: Weighing In at a Portly Six Pounds, by Broc Romanek at TheCorporateCounsel.net/Blog provides the best guide I’ve seen. However, […]

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