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Shareholder adviser firm ISS paying $300K fine to settle charges of failing to protect clients’ voting info

WASHINGTON — A prominent firm in the business of advising big shareholders on how to vote in elections for company directors is paying a $300,000 fine to settle federal civil charges of failing to protect clients’ confidential voting information.
Institutional Shareholder Services agreed to the penalty in a settlement announced… …read more
Source: NY Post

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