Does KPMG really support Voting Rights?

KPMG takes the position that shareholders should have the right to vote on matters that affect the company, regardless of their shareholding percentage. This is based on the belief that shareholders are the ones who bear the risk of owning a company's stock and should have a say in how it is run. While this may be good in theory, in practice it can lead to situations where a small number of shareholders can control the outcome of votes, even if they own a small percentage of the company's stock. This can have a negative impact on other shareholders, who may not have a voice in how the company is run.


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