The say-on-pay proposal that came to a vote at Paycom Software’s May 3 annual meeting failed to pass, receiving the support of a paltry 30.3% of the votes cast.
The number of defeated say-on-pay proposals this proxy season continues to mount.
In a Columbia Law School blog post, Professor Richard Painter rebuts a paper by Harvard Law School Professor Jesse Fried arguing that Nasdaq’s proposed board disclosure listing could result in lower share prices at those firms.
The Australian Treasury is seeking comments on a consultation paper proposing further regulation of proxy advisors.
Each proxy season, CII highlights upcoming annual meetings at which shareholder proposals filed by CII members will come to votes.