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ISS Feedback Review Board.
The ISS Feedback Review Board (FRB) provides a mechanism for all stakeholders (corporate issuers, institutional investors and various market constituents) to communicate with ISS.
ISS has long been committed to engagement and has continuously raised the bar for transparency and inclusion in its policy formulation and its research process. Since 2005, ISS has been inviting asset managers, asset owners, alternative investment managers, corporations and market constituents to provide input into its proxy voting policies worldwide.
With the introduction of the FRB, ISS sets a new standard for openness to all market participants.
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What the FRB is
An ISS body that considers comments from stakeholders regarding the general fairness of ISS policies and methodologies as well those related to how we operate as a provider of research, voting recommendations, corporate ratings, and other solutions and services to financial market participants. Comments should not be company specific nor should they be time-sensitive.
A replacement for both established and primary channels for engaging with ISS on time-sensitive, company specific, policy development, or other matters (i.e., ISS Help Center, annual policy survey, policy comment period, analyst calls and in-person meetings, etc.).
What the FRB is not
A replacement for both established and primary channels for engaging with ISS on time-sensitive or company specific matters (i.e., ISS Help Center, annual policy survey, policy comment period, analyst calls and in-person meetings, etc.).
An avenue for shareholder meeting-specific policy questions or interpretations (please contact our Help Center for this).
A conduit for lobbying or advocating for favorable shareholder meeting vote recommendations.
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