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SEC reportedly drops proposal to revamp shareholder voting
7/11/2018

The Securities and Exchange Commission has abandoned a proposal to loosen requirements that constrain shareholders to voting for a full board slate from management or an activist investor unless they attend annual meetings in person, sources say. "Requiring physical attendance at many shareholder meetings in order to exercise such votes is impractical and antiquated," says Chris Phillips of the Washington State Investment Board.

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