U.S. Mutual Funds Critical Missing Link in Supporting Climate Change Shareholder Resolutions
April 2007 - ese disclosure requirements are designed to show how fund managers are voting to protect shareholder interests and promote companies’ long-term financial performance.
April 2007 - U.S. mutual funds have been required since 2004 to disclose how they vote their proxies in the companies in which they invest. Prompted by corporate governance scandals and shareholder demands for greater transparency, these disclosure requirements are designed to show how fund managers are voting to protect shareholder interests and promote companies’ long-term financial performance.
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