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There is widespread support for the proposition that pension funds can, should and do play an important role in monitoring management in the companies in which they invest. This article examines whether Irish occupational pension funds and investment managers use voting, engagement and intervention as monitoring strategies in relation to investee companies. Furthermore, the article examines whether there are significant differences in attitudes between the two groups across key themes relatingdoi:10.22495/cocv6i2c4p7 fatcat:3zxxubi5g5fvlpsel4xxvfxs2y