• Here's an example: From wikipedia: A proxy statement is a statement required of a United States firm when soliciting shareholder votes. The firm needs to file a proxy statement (14a) with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This statement is useful in assessing how management is paid and potential conflict-of-interest issues with auditors. The statement includes: 1. Voting procedure and information. 2. Background information about the company's nominated directors. 3. Director compensation. 4. Executive compensation. 5. A breakdown of audit and non-audit fees paid to the auditor.

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