Shareholder Rights Group: Model investor correspondence to protect your rights

The following are a few examples of useful models for investor correspondence to protect your right to file shareholder proposals. Concerned investors can follow these models and write to the SEC and the House Financial Services Committee in opposition to a potential SEC rulemaking to elevate the filing or resubmission thresholds associated with shareholder proposals under Rule 14a-8. You can also submit opeds to local or national media outlets.

Write to Securities and Exchange Commission Opposing a Rulemaking:

Letter from Investors to Securities and Exchange Commission (USSIF)

Write to House Financial Services Committee For Oversight Of SEC:

Letter to House Financial Services Committee Chair Waters (U.S. Congress) (Walden Asset Management)

Write Opeds:

Op-ed: Philadelphia Inquirer (Jeff Perkins, Friends Fiduciary)