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Support for Corporate Political Disclosure

Support for Corporate Political Disclosure Surges

Support for corporate political disclosure sponsored by the Center for Political Accountability’s resolution jumped among the largest mutual funds in 2018.  An analysis by Fund Votes found support moved to 53%, up from 45% in 2017. This 8% increase was the largest since CPA began tracking institutional investor votes on its resolution in 2008. (more…)

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Trump Jump: Disclose Political Expenses

The Trump Jump The Center for Political Accountability reported today on a Trump Jump. Mutual funds support for the CPA’s corporate political disclosure resolution jumped significantly in the first year of the Trump presidency. In 2017, support increased to 48% from 43% in 2016, according to an analysis by Fund Votes. The analysis also found that abstentions decreased […]

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Kevin Siers cartoon on Trump Draining the Swamp

Trump: Draining the Swamp

CPA Statement on President Trump’s Silence on “Draining The Swamp” in Money and Politics Bruce Freed, president of CPA, issued the following statement about President Trump’s failure to address campaign finance reform and corporate political disclosure and accountability in his Inaugural Speech: President Donald Trump made ‘draining the swamp’ a centerpiece of his presidential campaign. However, the […]

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Trump’s LL Bean Political Contributions

Do not make the same mistake as LL Bean. The last thing I want is to turn CorpGov.net into another social media outlet on Donald Trump. However, the advice offered today by Bruce Freed, president of the Center for Political Accountability (CPA), is something public company boards should be discussing as they try to stay on […]

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Lobbying Disclosure: Companies Respond

Shareholders have been urging companies to fully disclose the lobbying they do directly and through trade associations and third parties for six years now. This year 66 investors joined in filing resolutions with 50 companies seeking expanded lobbying transparency. Twinned with calls for disclosure of political spending aimed at affecting elections, this effort has had a […]

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Video Friday: Corporate Governance in Singapore

Does Singapore have what it takes to be #1… in the world? The latest CG Watch Market Scores for corporate governance compiled by the Asian Corporate Governance Association revealed that Singapore tops the table in the region, with a score of 69. Hong Kong and Thailand round out the top three, with 66 and 58 […]

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