Japan’s domestic asset management reports are not disclosing the way they vote on various resolutions brought up at annual shareholders meetings, according to the Nikkei Report. That disclosure could significantly improve corporate governance.

Since 2003, asset management firms in the U.S. have been required to produce reports on voting records, including their position on each resolution regarding all firms in which they invest.

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