Registered investment companies, like other shareholders, have the right to vote on various matters related to the management and governance of the companies whose shares they own. In lieu of attending company meetings in person, a shareholder may cast votes by proxy. SEC rules require that registered investment companies disclose the proxy voting policies and procedures they use when deciding how to vote, as well as their actual voting record for the proxies relating to securities they hold in their portfolios.
Proxy Voting Policies and Guidelines
Learn about the policies and guidelines that govern proxy voting by each of the Harbor registered investment companies.
Complete Proxy Voting Details
Find detailed voting results for each Harbor registered investment companies.