As public company board service has become increasingly imperative and time-consuming, proxy advisory firms and institutional investors have sharpened their focus on directors who serve on an excessive number of boards. Overboarding concerns have become a key driver for recommendations or votes against director elections in recent years. This Sidley Update summarizes the overboarding policies of proxy advisory firms Glass Lewis and Institutional Shareholder Services as well as several large institutional investors.
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