Shareholder Meetings and Elections
As a shareholder, you have the right to attend and vote in shareholder meetings for the companies you own. We use Mediant to allow you to vote remotely. Before each shareholder meeting you’re eligible to attend, Mediant will send you an email via Robinhood@proxydocs.com with instructions on how to proxy vote.
Mediant is a third-party shareholder communications firm that allows you to participate in shareholder meetings. You’ll receive emails from Robinhood@proxydocs.com.
When you receive a proxy email from Robinhood@proxydocs.com, you have the option to vote prior to the shareholder meeting. Your email will include a link to Mediant's online portal (www.proxypush.com) with materials and information to cast your vote.
If you would like to attend a meeting, physically or virtually, for a security you own, you can do so by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org after you receive the proxy notification. We will provide instructions on how you can attend the shareholder meeting.
For certain securities, we will provide an additional control number so that you are able to access the shareholder meeting.
When you utilize margin to purchase securities, Robinhood is lending you money. As part of the margin agreement, you are using your purchased shares as collateral for such loans and may give up some or all of your voting rights with respect to such shares held as collateral.
You also may not receive proxy materials for a shareholder meeting for such shares.
You can read more about this in the Robinhood Customer Margin and Short Account Agreement.