What is a proxy? Proxy statements are documents that are sent to shareholders of public companies that contain detailed information on agenda subjects that are to be voted upon. Ballots are also included, and copies are also held by and vetted by the SEC. Proxy voting is when shareholders who cannot be physically present at a shareholder meeting authorize a separate party to act as their agent to vote on their behalf.
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less about the outcome, so she went to Dunkin Donuts instead. That's how
most votes are taken in public companies. Proxies are sent out to shareholders, who
then designate their wishes, to then be submitted to an individual, physically
present at the vote, who then you know votes and that's it.
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