UK - The corporate governance joint venture between the National Association of Pension Funds and Institutional Shareholder Services is up and running.
Research, Recommendations and Electronic Voting provides a web-based service offering advice to NAPF members on how to vote at annual general meetings and the facility to complete a proxy vote.
The joint venture - unveiled at the NAPF annual conference in May - was formally launched last week and led by RREV chief executive Owen Davis.
He said: “The government wants pension funds to exercise their voting rights and RREV offers UK investors the opportunity to vote globally.”
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