Can I participate in voting at meetings for companies that I own shares in?
If you own shares (even a fraction of a share!) in a US-listed company and you are an eligible voting shareholder, you will receive an email invitation to vote on the matters raised by the US-listed companies in which you have invested and your instructions will be relayed to the vote tabulator of the vote or the meeting accordingly. If you own a fraction of a share, the vote tabulator may or may not decide to round or ignore the fractional share-ownership, depending on the policy they decide to follow.
Getting started with trading
- How do I open a trading account?
- What types of trading accounts are supported?
- Funding my investment account
- Why should I provide information about my income and occupation to trade?
- How do I submit documents?
- I am associated with another broker-dealer. Can I still open a trading account?
- I don't have an SSN, can I still open an account?