The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) is calling for legislation introducing non-binding shareholder resolutions as a remedy to current “flawed” framework for shareholder resolutions.
ACSI has released a new report, Shareholder Resolutions in Australia: Is there a better way?, which concludes that Australia’s corporate governance framework “restricts an important right of shareholders – the ability to bring resolutions at company meetings.”
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