We've got to hand it to the board of directors at AIM Investments for acting responsibly and in direct response to a profound change in public sentiment.

Reacting to accusations by a labor group that it is one of the most egregious fund companies when it comes to voting in line with management, particularly on executive pay, AIM's board set up a proxy voting committee last year to overhaul its policies.

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