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Truist Financial (TFC)

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No recent proxy contest or exempt solicitation filings from shareholders.

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Annual Meeting


On April 26, 2022, the Corporation held its 2022 Annual Meeting of Shareholders (the “Annual Meeting”). A total of 1,171,326,130 shares of the Corporation’s common stock were present or represented by proxy at the meeting. This represented approximately 88.14% of the Corporation’s 1,328,993,308 shares of common stock that were outstanding and entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting. The Corporation’s shareholders voted on six proposals and cast their votes as described below. The proposals are described in the Corporation’s 2022 Proxy Statement.


Proposal 1: Election of Directors


Each of the individuals named below was elected to serve as a director of the Corporation for a one-year term expiring at the 2023 Annual Meeting of Shareholders:


NameVotes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
Jennifer S. Banner982,640,10839,121,6732,403,005
K. David Boyer, Jr.998,382,68823,249,9862,532,112
Agnes Bundy Scanlan1,008,053,97113,419,8872,690,928
Anna R. Cablik997,134,63524,563,6362,466,515
Dallas S. Clement1,016,351,2955,202,4572,611,034
Paul D. Donahue1,012,721,7488,677,6572,765,381
Patrick C. Graney III1,013,316,8108,144,3292,703,647
Linnie M. Haynesworth1,015,807,6295,634,1602,722,997
Kelly S. King1,002,289,94919,544,4522,330,385
Easter A. Maynard1,013,146,3298,413,3442,605,113
Donna S. Morea964,076,99957,608,5312,479,256
Charles A. Patton1,008,849,85912,811,2652,503,662
Nido R. Qubein1,004,063,33317,686,2462,415,207
David M. Ratcliffe977,539,68539,599,2727,025,829
William H. Rogers, Jr.953,984,91164,191,9005,987,975
Frank P. Scruggs, Jr.1,013,058,3628,463,2172,643,207
Christine Sears1,016,808,9354,907,2742,448,577
Thomas E. Skains975,881,32445,558,5442,724,918
Bruce L. Tanner1,016,632,7764,939,0512,592,959
Thomas N. Thompson991,310,87630,345,2452,508,665
Steven C. Voorhees1,013,465,4967,955,5352,743,755



There were 147,161,344 broker non-votes for each director on this proposal.






Proposal 2: Ratification of External Auditor


Shareholders ratified the reappointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as the Corporation’s independent registered public accounting firm for 2022.


Votes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
1,140,575,59628,658,3562,092,178



There were no broker non-votes for this proposal.


Proposal 3: Advisory Vote Regarding Truist’s Executive Compensation Program


Shareholders approved the Corporation’s executive compensation program, as described in the Corporation’s 2022 Proxy Statement.


Votes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
957,379,07660,481,9296,303,781



There were 147,161,344 broker non-votes for this proposal.


Proposal 4: Truist Financial Corporation 2022 Incentive Plan


Shareholders approved the Truist Financial Corporation 2022 Incentive Plan.


Votes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
987,593,78931,188,6305,382,367



There were 147,161,344 broker non-votes for this proposal.


Proposal 5: Truist Financial Corporation 2022 Employee Stock Purchase Plan


Shareholders approved the Truist Financial Corporation 2022 Employee Stock Purchase Plan.


Votes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
1,010,734,4479,633,3123,797,027



There were 147,161,344 broker non-votes for this proposal.


Proposal 6: Shareholder Proposal Regarding an Independent Chairman of the Board of Directors


Shareholders did not approve the proposal regarding an independent Chairman of the Board of Directors.


Votes ForVotes AgainstAbstentions
340,536,558676,813,6216,814,607



There were 147,161,344 broker non-votes for this proposal.