2024 policy also recommends votes against nominating committees at boards without a 40% minimum ethnic diversity and 50% gender balance. 

ESG-aligned investors have been advised to vote against company boards that seek to challenge shareholder resolutions through the courts, as part of As You Vote 2024 Proxy Vote Guidelines.  The new policy comes in reaction to ExxonMobil’s unusual move this year to sue shareholders for filing a climate-related resolution, bypassing…

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