Shareholder Engagement

Shareholder Engagement

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How to File Resolution

TriCRI-Meeting-Oct-21-2015Filing of shareholder proposals is an important strategy for investor members of the Tri-State CRI when company management has not adequately addressed a key concern.  A shareholder proposal is a 500 word resolution that can be filed with a company by an investor with $2,000 worth of stock that has been held continuously for one year.  If it meets Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) guidelines, the proposal will be included in the company’s Proxy Statement and voted on by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting.  Details on how to file a proposal are available in each company’s SEC filings.

More resources:
Proxy Voting Guides
Investment Guidelines