The Board of Trustees of the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System ("OPERS") views proxy voting rights as valuable fund assets. OPERS exercises its proxy voting authority in accordance with its fiduciary duties to act in the long-term economic best interests of its participants and beneficiaries and for the exclusive purpose of providing plan benefits to its participants and beneficiaries. The OPERS’ Corporate Governance Policy and Proxy Voting Guidelines reinforce OPERS’ duty to loyally and prudently vote proxies. In addition, OPERS utilizes external proxy voting services that provide independent research to assist with analyzing proxy voting issues.

OPERS’ votes can be viewed throughout the year on OPERS’ website. The following is an alphabetical list of companies and the annual meeting date of each company listed. Information about proxy votes cast by OPERS is available by clicking on the company name. Questions regarding OPERS proxy votes can be directed to OPERS’ Corporate Governance Department and should include the company name and the issue.

      
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CompanyMeeting DateMeeting TypeTickerFunds
Per Aarsleff A/S 01/30/2015AnnualPAAL-B1
Husqvarna AB 04/21/2015AnnualHUSQ'B1
Jabil Inc 01/22/2015AnnualJBL1
PriceSmart, Inc. 02/03/2015AnnualPSMT1
Park 24 Co., Ltd. 01/28/2015Annual46661
D.R. Horton, Inc. 01/22/2015AnnualDHI1
Metro Inc. 01/27/2015AnnualMRU1
Hainan Meilan International Airport Company Limited 01/05/2015Special03571
Rogers Sugar Inc. 01/29/2015SpecialRSI1
Unipol Gruppo Finanziario S.p.A. 02/25/2015MixUNI1
Hisense Kelon Electrical Holdings Limited 01/21/2015Special09211
Proassurance Corporation 05/27/2015AnnualPRA1
Avery Dennison Corporation 04/23/2015AnnualAVY1
Bajaj Electricals Limited 01/10/2015OtherBAJAJELE1
MAXIMUS, Inc. 03/11/2015AnnualMMS1
Lonmin plc 01/29/2015AnnualLMI1
Puncak Niaga Holdings Berhad 01/07/2015SpecialPUNCAK1
Asos plc 01/15/2015AnnualASC1
Bridgestone Corporation 03/24/2015Annual51081
Sumco Corp. 03/25/2015Annual34361
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