- calls for more transparency from institutional investors regarding their proxy voting practices;
- proposes "the first industry-wide code of professional conduct for proxy services as a means of increasing transparency and policing conflicts of interest within the industry;" and
- introduces the Millstein Center's policy briefing, "Voting Integrity: Practices for Investors and the Global Proxy Advisory Industry."
The full text of the Millstein Center's March 2, 2009 press announcement is available at: http://www.mba.yale.edu/news_events/CMS/Articles/6763.shtml
The Millstein Center's publication, "Voting Integrity: Practices for Investors and the Global Proxy Advisory Industry," is available at: http://millstein.som.yale.edu/Voting%20Integrity%20Policy%20Briefing%2002%2027%2009.pdf