What Theory and the Empirical Evidence Tell Us about Proxy Access

Shifting the decision-making authority of public companies through proxy access risks inefficient corporate decision-making and a loss in shareholder value. The SEC should return to its traditional approach to proxy access, allowing a board of directors to omit shareholder proposals on proxy access from a company’s proxy materials at its discretion, and should keep universal proxy access off its agenda.

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