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SEC Proposal Seeks Transparency in How Money Managers Wield Vast Voting Power

The Securities and Exchange Commission proposed a rule that would require money managers to disclose more information on how they use their voting power. When investors buy a mutual fund and exchange-traded fund from an asset manager, the money manager votes on shareholder proposals on behalf of the investors. Shareholder votes extend from issues from executive compensation to a company’s efforts to address climate change...

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