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With the latest in machine learning technology, anticipate results of shareholder proxy voting

Voting Data and Analytics

Search the extensive database of N-PX filings* with voting proposals and resolutions from 2004 onwards from 4,000+ investors with 800 million+ data points.

Receive up-to-date alerts of shareholder voting outcomes and stay on top of voting trends.

Instantly analyze companies’ voting resolutions with information of their top 25 shareholders and voting guidelines.

*Voting records, completed by U.S. mutual funds and other registered investment management companies.

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N-PX proxy voting
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