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June 30, 2010

Fortune uses ProxyDemocracy to critique Vanguard’s CEO on their voting record

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mark Latham @ 9:45 am

This 4-minute video leads off with a tough question to Vanguard’s CEO, based on ProxyDemocracy data.

Here’s Vanguard’s voting profile on ProxyDemocracy. It shows that Vanguard funds have voted against the recommendation of management on 13.7% of the proposals they have faced. 87% of the fund families in the ProxyDemocracy database voted against management more often than that.

1-page overview of ProxyDemocracy.

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1 Comment

  1. PS: Here’s Vanguard’s voting track record on climate change — way at the bottom of this ranking: http://proxydemocracy.org/fund_owners/focus_lists/25

    Comment by Mark Latham — January 11, 2013 @ 1:20 pm


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