trending Market Intelligence /marketintelligence/en/news-insights/trending/kB1wF1IWHWZkLwYVncnhtg2 content esgSubNav
In This List

RBC shareholders reject all shareholder proposals at annual meeting

Podcast

Street Talk Episode 78: The case to build deposits in a market flush with cash

Podcast

Street Talk Episode 79: More attractive premiums for bank M&A targets coming

Blog

Banking Essentials Newsletter: June Edition, Part - 2

Blog

Insight Weekly: Fed's policy stance; overdrafts under scrutiny; energy stocks rally


RBC shareholders reject all shareholder proposals at annual meeting

Royal Bank of Canada shareholders rejected all shareholder proposals at their annual meeting on April 6.

More than 95% of shares voted against proposals related to a withdrawal from tax havens, a binding vote on executive compensation, a board size by-law, retirement and severance agreements, and placing shareholder proposals in circular.

In addition, 53.17% of shares voted against proposals concerning proxy access by-law and 57.75% voted against a shareholder proposal regarding lobbying.