Boards learn the value of engagement with shareholders

To date, just three companies have received a strike in this year's AGM season, and it's all down to better shareholder engagement.

Halfway through the annual general meeting season corporate Australia is emerging virtually unscathed, in part because companies are more engaged with their shareholders.

Just three big companies have received 25 per cent or more “no” votes to their remuneration reports, triggering a so-called “strike”, the villains being UGL, Mortgage Choice and McMillan Shakespeare.

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