American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: How Do Mutual Funds Vote Their Proxies?

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: How Do Mutual Funds Vote Their Proxies?

Speaking Engagement
At this event, presented byAmerican Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Paul Stevens, president of the Investment Company Institute (ICI), presented the findings of a recent study of how mutual funds represent the interests of their shareholders in voting their proxies. In the study, ICI reviewed over 3.5 million votes cast by mutual funds in 160 of the largest fund families during a twelve-month period. Attendees were able to hear a discussion on the findings of this study and gain insights on the proper role of institutional investors in voting on political or social issuesfrom a panel of industry experts.

WilmerHale partner Martin Lybecker was a featured speaker at this event.

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