Although BlackRock prefers not to publicly disclose the details of engagements with individual companies, we do provide information on the scope of our responsible investing work. Our corporate governance and engagement principles, our market-specific voting policies, proxy voting histories, and proxy voting FAQs are available on this page

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Global Corporate Governance & Engagement Principles
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2013 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock

2013 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock
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2012 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock
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2011 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock
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2010 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock

2010 Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment at BlackRock
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Proxy Voting History

View complete vote records filed with the SEC on form N-PX for the reporting period of July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014.

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Proxy voting FAQ

For an overview of our proxy voting approach, please download our FAQ.

Statements on Stewardship

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For the Eumedion Best Practices for Engaged Share-Ownership Download PDF

Papers and Research

Why Corporate Australia's gender policies need to be wound into their DNA

Australia's Gender Policies Need to be Wound into their DNA

Not a good year for gender diversity in Australian public life. Research has shown gender diversity, but real embedded progress is hard to find. We review the 2013 annual reports of their 200 largest firms, revealing 3 key findings.

 

Gender Diversity Among Hong Kong Boards

Gender Diversity Among Hong Kong Boards

The issue of gender diversity is receiving greater attention across Asia. Hong Kong business leaders have shown commitment to bring more women on to boards with new diversity reporting requirements. We review 35 firms and reveal 2 key findings.