The Public Register is an aggregated list of publicly available information regarding meetings of companies in the FTSE All-Share who have received significant shareholder opposition to proposed resolutions or have withdrawn a resolution prior to the shareholder vote. The aim of the Register is to highlight companies who receive a high vote against or withdraw a resolution, and to understand the process used by those companies to identify and address the concerns of their shareholders.
The Public Register was included in the IA’s response to the Government’s Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform. In its final response in August 2017, the Government asked the IA to develop and maintain this Register.
The Register includes the following information:
The new UK Corporate Governance Code states that an update should be provided within 6 months of the shareholder meeting. The Investment Association has produced guidance for companies, setting out what investors would like to see from these update statements. This guidance can be found here.
The IA also tracks companies appearing on the Public Register for consecutive years. The IA’s Repeat Offenders list captures all companies that appeared on the IA’s Public Register in two consecutive years, for the exact same resolution. Investors consider that a repeat appearance on the Register for the same resolution highlights that a company is either not responding sufficiently to investor views or the engagement process is not working effectively.
Further details regarding the methodology and approach can be found on the Methodology Page. Any further questions can also be addressed to email@example.com. Media enquiries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated: 18 December 2018
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