Proxy Voting Policies and Voting Records
Franklin Templeton Investments is pleased to provide the proxy voting policies and procedures of its U.S. registered Investment Managers, as well as the proxy voting records of its mutual funds. With years of experience, Franklin Templeton’s Investment Managers understand that their proxy voting decisions may affect the value of shareholdings. Each Investment Manager is committed to fulfilling their fiduciary duty to vote proxies in the best interests of their shareholders. The proxy voting policies and procedures serve as a guideline for proxy voting decisions and detail the process by which such decisions are made.
- To view Franklin Templeton’s proxy voting policies and procedures, please click the link:
Investment Manager Proxy Voting Policies and Procedures
- To view the proxy voting records for the Franklin Templeton mutual funds for the one-year period ended June 30, 2013, please click the link:
Fund Proxy Voting Records
Current proxy statements are listed below.
Important Legal Information
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