Voting at Company AGMs
Published February 7th, 2018
Category: Climate Change, Executive Remuneration, Proxy Voting, Press Release
The largest members of the Church Investors Group have adopted an updated common voting policy to be applied at all investee company AGMs in 2018. Administered by, global proxy voting company, ISS the CIG’s new collective voting initiative will further amplify the church’s voice on key issues such as the structure, independence and diversity of company boards, the independence of auditors, executive remuneration and wider engagement concerns.
The CIG has also written to all FTSE 350 constituent companies to inform them of the voting policy.
A summary of the CIG’s 2018 voting policy is available here.