New Securities and Exchange Commission rule would limit shareholder voice

November 17, 2019

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A report from the US SIF Foundation shows that while faith-based and healthcare organizations represent four percent of assets at major companies, they file 36 percent of resolutions, making them a powerful voice at corporations around the world. But a new rule from the Securities and Exchange Commission is in danger of severely limiting the rights of shareholders such as Mercy Investment Services and other faith-based investors. Learn more in this Bloomberg article about the potential impact on smaller investors, including Mercy Investment Services’ collaborators through the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.