Proxy Voting

Proxy Voting allows shareholders to vote on behalf of other shareholders, or to act as their proxy. Prior to annual meetings or other shareholder votes, shareholders will generally receive various proxy statements detailing positions on certain votes and shareholders will have the option to have their shares voted without attending the actual vote. Shareholders can also individually assign people to be their proxy through notification of the corporate secretary.


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