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The provision governing stock loans may give compliance officers the biggest challenge
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These come courtesy of Lisa Marsden, president of Coulter Strategic Services in Coral Springs, Fla.
Public shareholder votes 'nearly irrelevant,' Delaware judge rules
SEC Commissioner Uyeda
"The uncertainty of benefits associated with ESG investing, combined with the certainty of costs for companies undertaking ESG activities, should motivate all market participants – ...
One bright spot about the new SEC final rule that will force registered funds and institutional managers to report more about their proxy votes is ...
SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce
"Requiring every fund to disclose its votes implicitly pressures funds to vote, even when voting is not in their best interest"
This is the SEC rule mandating that certain institutional managers report their proxy 'say-on-pay' votes
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Commission closes book on 'say-on-pay,' imposes 14 new voting categories
SEC Chairman Gary Gensler
"This rulemaking also will require institutional investment managers to disclose how they voted on 'say-on-pay' matters, which fulfills the mandate under" Dodd-Frank
SEC Commissioner Peirce
"The Commission is too enthusiastic about the rule’s purported benefits to pay much attention to its costs"

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