Shareholders of a corporation not only have the right to participate in the financial growth and success of their corporation, they also have the right to vote on important matters concerning the company's policies, practices and governance.

Calvert believes that proxy voting is the most direct means by which investors can influence corporate behavior. Calvert casts votes on a company's shareholder resolutions based on its proxy voting guidelines.


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We believe all of our clients have a right to know how we are voting company proxies on their behalf; therefore, recent proxy voting decisions for each of the funds we manage are disclosed. Proxy voting guidelines and reporting for other advisory clients will be governed by the terms of the respective advisory agreement.

Visit the proxy voting database to view voting decisions for Calvert mutual funds and variable portfolios.

N-PX Forms are accessible via the links below.