“CPA Releases Annual Mutual Fund Survey”

Press release: “The Center for Political Accountability released today its annual survey of mutual fund support for corporate political disclosure. The analysis, which is available on CPA’s website, reviewed how 40 of the largest mutual fund families voted on shareholder resolutions that asked for disclosure of political spending based on the CPA model. Results showed that average support dipped slightly in 2012 from its record high in the previous year, but that four fund families – Morgan Stanley, MFS, DWS Investment and Wells Fargo – supported corporate political disclosure more than 80 percent of the time, and 13 of the 40 fund families supported it at least 50 percent of the time in 2012.”


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