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Outlook for 2024 Proxy Season

By Andrew Burke, Colleen Keyes, Gavin Stuttard, David Slipp and Logan Walters

With proxy season on the horizon, many public companies are once again preparing their annual disclosure documents and shareholder materials for their annual general meetings. In preparing for the 2024 proxy season, clients should be aware of some of the regulatory developments and institutional investor guidance that are likely to impact disclosure to, and interactions with, shareholders this year.

This update highlights what is new for the 2024 proxy season and other developments in relevant securities regulation.

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