Intel Corporation

Ticker: INTC

Meeting date: 12/05/2022

Meeting type: Annual

Proposal Mgt rec Vote
Management proposals
1a Proposal Elect Director Patrick P. Gelsinger Mgt rec For Vote For
1b Proposal Elect Director James J. Goetz Mgt rec For Vote For
1c Proposal Elect Director Andrea J. Goldsmith Mgt rec For Vote For
1d Proposal Elect Director Alyssa H. Henry Vote rationale: Board members should devote sufficient time to fulfil their responsibilities effectively. The chairperson is responsible for leading all aspects of the board’s work and should devote a significant amount of time to fulfil his or her responsibilities effectively. Board members should contribute to effective discussions and decision-making by attending all meetings. Global Voting Guidelines Time commitment of board members Mgt rec For Vote Against
1e Proposal Elect Director Omar Ishrak Mgt rec For Vote For
1f Proposal Elect Director Risa Lavizzo-Mourey Mgt rec For Vote For
1g Proposal Elect Director Tsu-Jae King Liu Mgt rec For Vote For
1h Proposal Elect Director Gregory D. Smith Mgt rec For Vote For
1i Proposal Elect Director Dion J. Weisler Mgt rec For Vote For
1j Proposal Elect Director Frank D. Yeary Mgt rec For Vote For
2 Proposal Ratify Ernst & Young LLP as Auditors Mgt rec For Vote For
3 Proposal Advisory Vote to Ratify Named Executive Officers' Compensation Vote rationale: The board is responsible for attracting the right CEO and setting appropriate remuneration. A substantial proportion of annual remuneration should be provided as shares that are locked in for five to ten years, regardless of resignation or retirement. The board should provide transparency on total remuneration to avoid unacceptable outcomes. The board should ensure that all benefits have a clear business rationale. Pensionable income should constitute a minor part of total remuneration. Global Voting Guidelines CEO remuneration Mgt rec For Vote Against
4 Proposal Amend Omnibus Stock Plan Vote rationale: The board is responsible for attracting the right CEO and setting appropriate remuneration. A substantial proportion of annual remuneration should be provided as shares that are locked in for five to ten years, regardless of resignation or retirement. The board should provide transparency on total remuneration to avoid unacceptable outcomes. The board should ensure that all benefits have a clear business rationale. Pensionable income should constitute a minor part of total remuneration. Global Voting Guidelines CEO remuneration Mgt rec For Vote Against
Shareholder proposals
5 Proposal Reduce Ownership Threshold for Shareholders to Call Special Meeting Mgt rec Against Vote Against
6 Proposal Report on Third-Party Civil Rights Audit Mgt rec Against Vote Against

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