Proxy Vote Update: Kellogg Caompany

Below are the resources for and the results of our recent Proxy Vote on behalf of our clients:
Proxy Materials: rF Voting results:
  1. Vote for the election of of the following nominees:
    1. Benjamin Carson – For
    2. John Dillon – For
    3. Zachary Gund – For
    4. Jim Jenness – Against (Conflict of Interest & Compensation too high for services rendered).
    5. Don Knauss – For
  2. Advisory vote to approve executive compensation  – Against (Awards are excessive).
  3. Ratification of the appointment of Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP as Kellogg’s independent registered public accounting firm for fiscal year 2015 – For
  4. Shareholder proposal, if properly presented at the meeting, to adopt a simple majority vote – For

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