Blockchain to form part of next SEC staff roundtable on proxy process

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that it will convene a staff roundtable this autumn to hear from investors, issuers and other market participants about whether its proxy rules should be refined.

Chairman Jay Clayton has announced that the regulator is seeking comment on the US proxy system in light of changes in markets and technology.

The announcement lists various topics for potential consideration, including the voting process, the retail shareholder participation process, the shareholder proposals process and the role of proxy advisory firms.

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