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    2. Activist Proxy Slates and Advance Notice Bylaws

      Activist Proxy Slates and Advance Notice Bylaws
      In a recent bench ruling, the Delaware Court of Chancery enforced an advance notice bylaw and thereby precluded an activist investor from nominating a slate of directors and conducting a proxy contest at a companys annual meeting. The court enforced the plain terms of the advance notice bylaw, which required that notice of the nominations had to be given by a stockholder of record...
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    3. Proxy Process Opens Door to Constructive Engagement on Climate

      Proxy Process Opens Door to Constructive Engagement on Climate
      The number of resolutions and the increasing levels of support reflect shareholders' growing concerns about the climate resilience of their portfolios." data-reactid="12"Since 2004, shareholders have voted on well over 400 resolutions asking companies to report on the business risks of climate change and disclose strategies for addressing these risks...
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  2. Quotes about Proxy Voting

    1. Index funds run by smaller managers…may try to minimize the time and effort involved in diligent voting and instead robotically follow the recommendations of a proxy voting service.
      In Active Funds Vital For Passive Funds' Success, SEC Told
    2. Considering the helpful things Larry Fink has been saying about excessive share buybacks, we had hoped to see BlackRock underscore that message through its proxy voting.
      In BlackRock's Voting Record Clashes with CEO's Tough Talk on Buybacks
    3. Considering the helpful things Larry Fink has been saying about excessive share buybacks, we had hoped to see BlackRock underscore that message through its proxy voting.
      In BlackRock's Voting Record Clashes with CEO's Tough Talk on Buybacks