The US Chamber of Commerce
wants to curb the influence of proxy advisors, but mutual fund shops don't neccesarily agree, according to a Reuters report
The Investment Company Institute
has declined to say so far whether or not they agree with the Chamber's proposal.
"As with many issues where our members' interests overlap, we have appreciated the collaborative dialogue with the Chamber regarding proxy advisors," spokesman Mike McNamee stated, according to Reuters
Three anonymous fundster executives, all from different shops, told reporter Ross Kerber that mutual fund companies were unlikely to support the Chamber's proposals.
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