March 19: Proxy Preview 2020 Released - See Press Releases
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News & Votes


JAN. 16: The Securities and Exchange Commission on Nov. 5 proposed changes to Rule 14a-8, which regulates how shareholder proposals are handled. At the same time, the SEC also proposed changes to regulations for proxy advisory firms. Comments on both are due by Feb. 3 and a final rule is expected by mid-April. The proposals would make it harder to file proposals, increase requirements for resubmitting resolutions and impose new restrictions on advisors. Changes are not likely to have any substantial impact on the 2020 proxy season; but the final rule, if approved as proposed, is likely to have a significant impact in 2021.