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The central tenet of CC&L Investment Management’s proxy voting policy is that good corporate governance enhances long-term shareholder value. CC&L Investment Management has a fiduciary duty to vote proxies both in a timely manner and in the best interests of its clients.


CC&L Investment Management’s customized proxy voting policy reflects our views on best practices for corporate governance and guides all of our voting decisions. Our Voting Rights Policy includes a focus on several key governance themes, specifically board independence, insiders on key committees, gender diversity, tenure and over-boarding. CC&L Investment Management makes a concerted effort to ensure all votes reflect the firm’s views on these issues. The trend in these voting outcomes is tracked so that CC&L Investment Management can continue to improve and report on its progress as advocates for strong corporate governance.

The global proxy research and voting services of Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. (ISS) is employed to help analyze and vote proxies on behalf of our clients in accordance with CC&L Investment Management’s customized guidelines.



CC&L Investment Management Ltd.
September 8th, 2022