William Donaldson, the Securities and Exchange chairman, endorsed recommendations to allow shareholders a greater say in the governance of corporate boards.

The recommendations would make it easier for shareholders to elect their own representatives to corporate boards of directors, according a Washington Post report. The SEC is hoping to issue its proposed rules for public comment at the end of September, with a final rule coming a few months afterwards.

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