Proposed Proxy Advisory Firm Rule Amendments Draw Comments

Two key industry players – the Investment Adviser Association and the Investment Company Institute – are taking issue with key parts of the SEC’s proposed rule amendments that would regulate how proxy advisory firms provide services to advisory firms, investment companies and others. In recent comment letters to the agency, both found fault in key provisions of the proposal.
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