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Leading by Example

Leading by Example: Proxy Pre-Disclosures Influence Outcomes

Leading by Example. Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has already gained influence after deciding to pre-disclose its proxy votes its proxy votes (typically 5 days before AGM) beginning in 2021. Following NBIM’s pre-disclosure to vote against a proposal, opposition by other shareholders increases by approximately 2.7%. Compare that to ISS (12%) and Glass Lewis (6.5%). […]

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Corporate Governace Gaming for the Planet

Corporate Governance Gaming

 Corporate Governance Gaming: The Power of Retail Investors is delicious snacking, not just for Robinhood and Reddit GenZ’ers, but also for some Boomers who have tried to democratize corporate governance for decades. How many times have we rolled our eyes reading about GameStop and the frenzy of meme stocks? Crazy? Yes, but also exuding potential, explored […]

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Shareholders holding up companies

Announcing Proxy Votes Improves Corporate Governance

Yesterday, I posted a recent letter to the editor of Pensions & Investments praising their editorial, Winning Over Proxy Voters, which argues that institutional investors have a fiduciary duty to announce their proxy votes in advance of annual meetings, if doing so is likely to influence voters. If institutional investors heed their call, it will speed […]

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