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Time to Regulate Proxy Advisory Firms

In the world of corporate governance, proxy advisory firms like ISS (Institutional Shareholder Services) and Glass Lewis have become increasingly important. Their role advising...

Russia Wants to Take Advantage of America’s Declining Nuclear Sector

President Donald Trump’s call last June to revitalize America’s deteriorating civil nuclear program has taken on new importance. A few weeks ago, Russian legislators...

Don’t Let The ‘All Of The Above’ Energy Policy Become A...

When many conservative national leaders are asked about their priorities, they like to cite an “all of the above” energy policy as their preference....

ACCF Joins SEC Commissioner for Capitol Hill Panel on ESG Investments

On May 9, ACCF Vice President of Policy and General Counsel Timothy Doyle participated on a Capitol Hill panel sponsored by the Savings and Retirement Foundation: “The Impact of ESG Investments on Retirement Wealth.”

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ACCF George David Banks Joins ClearPath Advisory Board

WASHINGTON, MAY 7, 2018 -- ClearPath has added thought leaders in the fields of energy policy and technology, as well as conservative politics and...

Worry About the Trade Deficit—a Bit

There is a case for being concerned—though only modestly—about the U.S. trade deficit. The principal villain in this story is not China, Europe or...

New Report: Proxy Advisory Firms Operate with Unchecked Power

A new ACCF report finds that proxy advisory firms are currently operating with minimal oversight, making recommendations that materially impact public companies’ proxy outcomes, operations and disclosure requirements.

ACCF Applauds DOE’s $60 Million Investment in Advanced U.S. Nuclear Research

Washington - The American Council for Capital Formation applauded today’s announcement from the Department of Energy on its $60 million in federal funding for...