Topic: Corporate Governance

NYSE Rule Change on Dividend-Related Announcements Made Outside Market Hours Now Effective
Major Indices Move to Curb Multiple Class Structures
ISS Releases Surveys for 2018 Policy Updates
SEC Chairman Jay Clayton Delivers First Public Remarks Since Confirmation
SEC Economist Comments on New Technologies Used by the Commission to Identify Risk, Detect Fraud and Enforce the Securities Laws
Changes Coming to Governance Provisions of New York Nonprofit Law
Top Five Reminders for Reporting Annual Meeting Results
SEC Adopts Amendment Shortening Trade Settlement Cycle From T+3 to T+2 (potential implications)
Non-Voting Shares Make Their Public Debut and Generate Some Governance Concerns, but How Will Courts View the Structure When First Presented?
Acting SEC Chair Piwowar Directs Staff to Reconsider Conflict Minerals Rule
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