2020 playbook on ESG shareholder proposals: Evaluating last year’s proxy vote results

Carry last year’s proxy vote results into this season with our 2020 playbook on ESG shareholder proposals.

Here, Intelligize’s Alyson Clabaugh, Erin Connors and Rob Peters examine nine 2019 ESG proposals that received strong shareholder support in order to develop a “playbook” of sorts for companies facing similar pressures going forward.

Given new uncertainty over the no-action letter process to exclude proposals, companies must be prepared to take shareholder proposals all the way to a vote. When they do, they can expect a tougher fight than ever.

Download the playbook today to ensure you know the right plays to call.

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