In preparation for the 2021 annual meeting season, register now for access to the ISS Bulletin podcast series. Developed by ISS’ global governance research team, the series provides institutional clients with exclusive access to timely, relevant and conveniently downloadable content, from March through to June. It will also provide updates on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on annual meetings this year.
The ISS Bulletin podcast series will kick off with a global season preview, available on Thursday, March 18, on which ISS’ global governance research team will provide you with insights into key proxy voting trends in major markets, new or novel proposals that you may encounter at 2021 meetings, and will highlight changes in regulations, listing standards, and local governance codes that will impact proxy voting workflows.
The series will continue through to June, currently structured according to the topics below, which may be altered or augmented in light of 2021 market developments, designed to track key meetings across the globe, gauge trends and triage your workload. ISS clients will be sent a series of alerts, as soon as new content is available for download.
The 2021 ISS Bulletin podcast series is available exclusively to ISS institutional investor clients.
Available for download on Thursday, March 18
MARCH GLOBAL BULLETIN PODCAST – Guide to Navigating 2021 Global Annual Meetings Season
APRIL EMEA BULLETIN PODCAST – European Proxy Season Updates
APRIL AMERICAS BULLETIN PODCAST – U.S. and Canada Proxy Season Updates
APRIL ASIA-PACIFIC BULLETIN PODCAST – South Korea Proxy Season Review
MAY EMEA BULLETIN PODCAST – European Season Updates
MAY AMERICAS BULLETIN PODCAST – U.S. Contentious Meeting Trends
MAY ASIA-PACIFIC BULLETIN PODCAST – Japan Season Preview
MAY GLOBAL BULLETIN PODCAST – Global Special Situations Research Update
JUNE AMERICAS BULLETIN PODCAST – U.S. & Canada Compensation Review
JUNE AMERICAS BULLETIN PODCAST – Latin America Season Review
JUNE ASIA-PACIFIC BULLETIN PODCAST – Australia “Mini-Season” Review
JUNE EMEA BULLETIN PODCAST – Review of Comparative Governance Trends