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ESG and Proxy Voting on Corporate Lobbying

In the last three proxy years, shareholders have marched out 149 resolutions on corporate lobbying. Large investors want to scrutinize how corporate climate-change stances match up with their political spending.

This paper reveals the proxy-voting records of the top 10 U.S. asset managers. It focuses on resolutions that address transparency on climate-related lobbying and political activity.

With clear data, wealth and asset managers can analyze the ESG bona fides of the asset managers who vote on behalf of fund investors.

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Research Library ESG and Proxy Voting on Corporate Lobbying

What's Inside:

  • Review the highlights from 149 shareholder resolutions on corporate lobbying and political activity.
  • Analyze how the top 10 U.S. asset managers voted on ESG shareholder resolutions.
  • Assess the stated reasons why asset management firms vote for or against political spending resolutions.

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