Voting Your Proxy
Do you hold stock in publicly owned corporations? If so, you should receive information from those companies prior to their Annual General Meetings (AGM) with a proxy ballot enclosed. Bolster democracy in the Boardroom – join with others and support the corporate change you care about.
If you own shares in a company, you have a voice. Shareholders can file proposals at companies whose shares they own, and vote on proposals they want the company to adopt. Learn more at AsyYouSow.org.
Questions about proxies and the proxy process? Visit the SEC’s Spotlight on Proxy Matters.
Visit ICCR’s website for their 2017 Proxy Resolutions and Voting Guide.