Want to stay up-to-date on our advocacy initiatives? Each quarter, we publish an Impact Update to keep our shareholders informed on how their money is at work for change. Our updates include details of our recent engagements with corporations, civil society organizations, and policymakers, as well as our ongoing field-building collaborations.
We recently released our inaugural Impact Report, which includes a comprehensive look at all of our 2017 advocacy work. Visit our Impact Updates & Reports page to download the report and all of our quarterly updates.
Shareholder proposals are an important part of the U.S. corporate governance process. They are a critical tool for bringing attention to emerging issues and compelling changes in corporate practices. Since 1994, we have submitted 282 shareholder proposals to 125 different companies.
Each year, publicly traded corporations hold annual meetings, providing shareholders an important opportunity to communicate with senior management and the board, primarily through proxy voting.
Corporate proxy statements typically allow shareholders to elect the board of directors and weigh in on executive compensation and other governance matters, including proposals submitted by other shareholders. We have a long-term commitment to transparency in the votes we cast on behalf of our mutual fund investors.
We regularly contribute to and endorse investor statements and public policy letters on a variety of social and environmental issues.
Our advocacy work is highly collaborative, drawing on the expertise of fellow investors, as well as civil society organizations. These relationships, built over the course of many years, have increased our leverage and deepened our approach to countless issues.
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