The Power of the Proxy in Retirement Plans

Investors have become increasingly concerned about the environmental and societal impacts of their investments. This research analyzes how investors may still be able to express their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) preferences in their 401(k) plans by taking advantage of their voting power regarding shareholder resolutions.


In this report, you will learn:
  • Whether proxy voting on ESG issues is something that plan participants care about
  • To what extent the most popular mutual funds offered via 401(k) plans support ESG resolutions in their proxy voting
  • How proxy voting could extend plan participants’ influence on ESG investing
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