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The coming proxy season will center on the votes on companies’ executive compensation plans that were mandated by Dodd-Frank. The three years of say-on-pay votes to date have resulted in a significant increase in companies’ efforts to reach out to investors to assess their views—and, if possible, influence their votes.

Compensation “tends to be a hot-button issue for management,” said Laura Richman, of counsel in the Chicago office of law firm Mayer Brown. “So just the existence of this advisory vote has increased shareholder engagement.”

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