Change forum rules so that moderation comes after the fact

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Where financial intermediaries are involved, the effectiveness of voting upon instructions relies, to a great extent, on the efficiency of the chain of intermediaries, given that investors are frequently unable to exercise the voting rights attached to their shares without the cooperation of every intermediary in the chain, who may not have an economic stake in the shares. In order to enable the investor to exercise his voting rights in cross-border situations, it is therefore important that intermediaries facilitate the exercise of voting rights.

Further consideration should be given to this issue by the [Sushi community and core team] in the context of [this current proposal], with a view to ensuring that investors have access to effective voting services and that voting rights are exercised in accordance with the instructions given by those investors.

Source: directive 2007/36/ec of the european parliament and of the council/11 July 2007/on the exercise of certain rights of shareholders in listed companies