In the Margins

Funds differ on proxy access issue

February 1, 2016

By Forbes

A recently published "scorecard" on proxy access is likely to stoke an already-contentious debate on the issue, particularly when it comes to how some mutual funds vote. BlackRock, T. Rowe Price and PIMCO have supported proxy access more than 90% of the time, but not all mutual funds follow their lead, according to the Proxy Access Scorecard, just released by the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Read the original story from Forbes.

 

 

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