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CIIConfederation of Indian Industry
CIIChartered Insurance Institute (UK)
CIIConstruction Industry Institute (University of Texas)
CIICouncil of Institutional Investors
CIICall Identity Index
CIICommon Interworking Indicator
CIICritical Information Infrastructures
CIISchedule II Controlled Substance (USA)
CIICritical Infrastructure Information
CIICARE International Indonesia
CIIConseil International des Infirmières (French: International Council of Nurses; Switzerland)
CIICouncil of International Investigators (Elmhurst, IL)
CIICommercial, Industrial & Institutional
CIIChildren's Institute International
CIICollective Investment Institutions (various locations)
CIIConnecticut Innovations, Inc.
CIICritical Illness Insurance
CIIControls International, Inc. (Dallas, TX)
CIICo-Intelligence Institute (Eugene, OR)
CIICenter for International Initiatives (American Council on Education)
CIICentre for International Intervention (UK)
CIICenter on Innovation and Improvement (various schools)
CIICouncil on International Initiatives (Missouri)
CIICiti Infrastructure Investors
CIICommunications and Information Industries
CIICyprus International Institute for the Environment and Public Health (US and Cyprus)
CIIConfiguration Item Identification
CIICentre d'Information Internationale (French: International Information Center)
CIICounter Iranian Influence
CIICentral Intelligence Institute (fictional agency)
CIIConference Interpreters International (Brussels, Belgium)
CIICertificat Informatique et Internet (French: Computer and Internet Certificate)
CIICaseWare IDEA, Inc. (various locations)
CIICornerstone Industry, Inc.
CIIComputer Intrusion Incident
CIICorporación Interaméricana de Inversiones (Spanish: Inter America Investment Corporation)
CIICalculated Ignition Index
CIICompatibility, Interoperability, and Integration
CIICommon Integrated Infrastructure
CIIConseil Investissement Immobilier (French: Investment Real Estate Council)
CIIComputer-Integrated Instruction
CIIConfiguration Item Index
CIICompatibility, Integration, and Interoperability
CIIChemistry International Instrument
CIICriminal Investigation Index
CIICriminal Information Index
CIICleveland Industries Inc.
CIIConfiguration Identification/Item Index
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CamberView Partners, LLC has reported Ken Bertsch, of CamberView's New York office, has been appointed executive director of the Council of Institutional Investors (CII) and will be leaving the firm, the company said.
In a "white paper" prepared by Farient Associates for the Council of Institutional Investors (CII) (2011), the 37 "failed" say-on-pay" votes from annual meetings taking place between January 1 and July 1, 2011 were analyzed to help both investors and companies in structuring future voting policies.
Previous research on large investors (e.g., DelGuercio and Hawkins, 1997; Nesbitt, 1994; Romano, 1993; Wahal, 1996) and involving specific large institutions such as TIAA-CREF (Carleton et al., 1998) or the Council of Institutional Investors (Opler and Sokobin, 1995) suggests that the size of the institutional shareholder, as measured by the value of the assets being held for investment, affects activism.
Also chiming in on the PCAOB's behalf is the Washington-based Council of Institutional Investors (CII), which has filed legal briefs with two previous courts and plans to weigh in again with the Supreme Court.
The Council of Institutional Investors' Centre for Audit Quality and CFA Institute, in a joint statement, opposed the move to suspend mark to market rule claiming it would deprive them of critical information as "Suspending fair value accounting during these challenging economic times would deprive investors of critical financial information when it is needed most".
It also joined with the Council of Institutional Investors and the CFA Institute in issuing a statement, which received media coverage, on its position.
The shareholder activist who lands on a company's board generally is a positive force in the company, said Amy Borrus, deputy director of the Council of Institutional Investors of Washington, D.C.
It includes the Council of Institutional Investors, National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems, National Council on Teacher Retirement, National Association of State Retirement Administrators, and other labor organizations, such as the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, AFT, IAFF, and SEIU.
Alyssa Ellsworth, managing director at the Council of Institutional Investors in Washington, D.C., credits Sarbanes-Oxley for much of the revival of the market for initial public offerings.
The responses to the IRRC survey are consistent with the Corporate Governance Policies of the Council of Institutional Investors (Council), a broad-based association of institutional investors that works to promote good corporate governance.
"Proxy voting is part of your right as a shareholder and is considered by some to be a part of the asset of the stock," says Ann Yerger, director of research at the Council of Institutional Investors, an association of pension funds in Washington, D.C.
The Council of Institutional Investors (CII), an industry group, even recommends that each executive hold company stock.
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