PFA exercises active ownership – including voting at companies’ annual general meetings. Here is an update on how PFA has voted.
Voting at companies’ annual general meetings is part of PFA’s ambition to be an active and responsible investor. That work is based on PFA’s policy of responsible investments and active ownership, which is in turn based on the UN Global Compact’s 10 principles and the UN-based principles for responsible investing, PRI.
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PFA monitors the developments in the companies in which they invest and uses its votes to ensure that the companies are on a value-creating and sustainable course. In a number of companies, PFA is in constant touch with the management team to ensure this development takes place.
PFA participates in a number of the annual general meetings of listed companies in Denmark and also votes at the annual general meetings of international listed companies when relevant.
Basically we believe that the aim of a board is to manage shareholder interests as well as possible. Therefore, generally speaking we support proposals put forth by a board.
Below you can see our voting record at annual general meetings. And here you can learn more about our voting guidelines.