Fund managers could end up finding out about corporate agendas far sooner and disclosing far more about their voting activities if some of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s proposed changes to the proxy system eventually become effective.

The SEC on Wednesday issued a broad request for comment about shareholder communications and participation in the proxy process; the accuracy and transparency of the voting process and the relationship between voting power and economic interest.

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