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Voting Guidelines


To promote code of best practices of listed companies on the SET, which would in turn enhance the industrys management transparency and adherence to business ethical standards and practices, in a bid to foster good corporate governance of SET-listed companies so that they will accordingly improve their information disclosure and governance standards, AIMC has worked out the voting guidelines and practices at shareholders meetings for asset management companies to use or refer to in their consideration of issues at shareholders meetings and exercise voting rights thereon on behalf of the funds under their management.

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Voting Records


Fund managers on behalf of all funds they manage to vote at annual and special shareholder meetings. Most shareholders, including the mutual funds, private funds, and provident funds, generally submit votes by proxy.

Fund managers vote on behalf of the funds according to the Proxy Voting Guidelines that have been set out by the Association of asset Management Companies (AIMC). Fund manager's approach to proxy voting decisions is to bring the best benefits to the shareholders.

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