Washington, DC – After peaking in 1996 at more than 8,000 companies, the number of domestic US-listed public companies traded on major US exchanges...
2020 proxy season analysis shows companies believe errors continue
ACCF Report Finds Numerous Asset Managers Voting in Lockstep with Proxy Advisor Recommendations
ACCF-commissioned research confirms alarming practice of robo-voting is real and quantifies scale of proxy advisor errors
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As the trend of Environmental, Social, and Governance (“ESG”)1 investing has risen, so too has the influence and relative importance of ESG rating...
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.
Bad Apple: New ACCF Report finds New York City’s public pension fund system in bad shape and getting worse
New Report Analyzes How Politically Motivated Investments are Sinking the Nation’s Largest Public Pension Fund, Leaving U.S. Taxpayers Accountable for Losses