An overview of Edison International's corporate governance practices is provided below. The Edison International Nominating and Governance Committee periodically reviews the Company's corporate governance practices and makes recommendations to the Edison International Board that the practices be updated from time to time.
Our Board of Directors & Committee Assignments
Our Board of Directors consists of 11 directors, elected annually by our shareholders.
The members of our Board of Directors serve on five standing committees.
|Audit and Finance Committee||Compensation and Executive Personnel Committee||Nominating and Governance Committee||Pricing Committee||Safety and Operations Committee|
|Jeanne M. Beliveau-Dunn||M||M|
|Michael C. Camuñez||M||M|
|James T. Morris2||C||M||M|
|Timothy T. O'Toole||M||C|
|Pedro J. Pizarro||C|
|Marcy L. Reed 2||M||M|
|Carey A. Smith||M||M|
|Linda G. Stuntz||M||C|
|Peter J. Taylor 1||M||M|
|Keith Trent 2||M||M|
Our corporate governance practices are reflected in these documents.
Our political contributions and related expenditures are guided by policy and disclosed in these documents. All contributions and expenditures disclosed in the reports below were made in accordance with the Edison International Political Contribution Policy.
Edison International is recognized as a “Trendsetter” by the Center for Political Accountability, a non-profit, non-partisan organization working to bring transparency and accountability to corporate political spending, in its Index of Corporate Political Disclosure and Accountability. The Trendsetter category highlights leaders in the S&P 500 for their commitment to transparency and accountability. The Index is issued annually in conjunction with the Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.