“We have assumed our rightful role as owners of capital, accepting all the associated rights and as the nation’s economy continues to struggle to generate jobs and fair work and living standards, the UBC will intensify its work,” said UBC President Douglas J. McCarron.
While our shareholder activism has produced positive corporate reforms, it’s clear that more needs to be done.
Carpenter Fund activism will continue to promote a governance and compensation agenda that advances long-term corporate value creation and an economy that reflects worker-owner interests.
Check back here throughout 2015 for news and information of votes being settled and actions being taken.
- Labor Pension Fund (link to come soon)
- Proxy Voting Guidelines (link to come soon)
- Proxy Voting: Coordinate Voice & Consolidate Vote (link to come soon)