No-Action Letter Citation: Analyzing Excluded Shareholder Proxy Proposals

Intelligize Whitepaper Examines SEC Review of Requests to Exclude Proxy Proposals

More than half of all shareholder proxy proposal exclusions allowed by the SEC are based on Rules 14a-8(i)(7) and 14a-8(i)(10), according to research and analysis in our new report.

In this special report, Intelligize’s Rob Peters and Alyson Clabaugh leverage public company filings and SEC correspondence available in Intelligize’s No-Action Letters database to examine and visualize discernible and instructive trends over the last three years in companies’ ability to exclude certain shareholder proposals from proxy materials – particularly those relating to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues.

Download this special report today to gain more insight into which methods of securing shareholder proposal exclusions through the no-action letter process have proven to be most effective.

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