Advisors and investors are once again about to find themselves facing peak proxy-voting season — which can raise difficult issues for advisors and their clients.
In guidelines issued last summer, the SEC essentially said advisors don’t have to vote proxies on behalf of clients. But experts say whatever your policy is, you must make sure clients understand it.
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