Proxy Voting

A certain amount of SERS' investments are in publicly traded corporations; the total amount varies over time and is guided by our strategic investment plan.

With such investments come the important responsibilities of electing corporate directors and voting on significant governance and business matters that come before companies' boards. The SERS board has approved policies to guide decisions in such matters and SERS' shares are voted in the best interests of the fund.

See How We Vote

You are welcome - and it's pretty easy - to view every vote by visiting SERS proxy voting database. The information available includes but is not limited to SERS' policies, names of companies, dates of meetings, issues presented to shareholders, companies' management recommendations, and how SERS voted.

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