Corporate Governance Reform (2) -Disclosure of Shareholder Voting-

Disclosure of voting results under discussion


February 23, 2009

  • Yutaka Suzuki


◆Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Financial Services Agency (FSA), and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) have set up investigative committees to examine corporate governance of listed companies.

◆Shareholder voting has been confidential thus far, but some institutional investors are calling for disclosure.

◆This report outlines voting disclosure practices and related discussions in investigative committees.

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