From offices in the United States, Europe and the Asia-Pacific, Glass Lewis supports the engagement, proxy voting and compliance processes of more than 900 investors, including the majority of the world’s largest asset managers, mutual funds and pension funds.
Glass Lewis empowers institutional investors to make sound, informed proxy voting decisions by uncovering and assessing governance, business, legal, environmental, social, political and accounting risks at more than 23,000 companies in 100+ countries. Learn more →
The ViewPoint Voting System is flexible and configurable, allowing clients to vote proxies in accordance with their own policies, workflow and compliance priorities. It enables partial or complete automation of all aspects of the proxy voting process and is the most transparent system in the industry. Learn more →
Glass Lewis offers custom policy services, including policy and advisory services and policy implementation across all ballots for all accounts. Glass Lewis also offers a variety of environmental and social governance (ESG) data services to support voting, screening, engagement and shareholder proposal activities. Learn more →
The ViewPoint Voting System features the industry’s most robust, reliable and auditable system for custom policy implementation, as well as a unique regulatory reporting module that enables SEC (Form N-PX), SEDAR (National Instrument 81-106) and other regulatory reporting on demand. No other proxy voting agent provides this type of real-time regulatory reporting service. Learn more →
Why have 900+ institutions around the world selected Glass Lewis?
Our analysts have advanced degrees in accounting, business, finance, law, and other relevant areas. They collectively speak more than 20 languages.
Unlike other providers, Glass Lewis looks at each company individually to determine what is in the best interests of shareholders.
Research focuses on improving medium- to long-term value and mitigating risk.
With offices in North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific, Glass Lewis has a deep understanding of corporate, regulatory, legal and operational matters impacting proxy voting.
Glass Lewis does not provide consulting services to the companies it covers, mitigating related risks to its clients and ensuring the independence of our analysis.
Because proxy voting is about much more than research and technology.