Despite an electoral defeat, a band of activist Navient investors were elated on Thursday following the student loan servicing company's annual meeting in Wilmington. Rhode Island Treasurer Seth Magaziner called the day's events a "huge success," even as roughly 65 percent of Navient shareholders voted against his proposal, which would have required the company to disclose how it manages risks related to the country's $1.5 trillion student debt market. "It's unusual for any shareholder proposal to get this level of support when management does not support it," he said. The Rhode Island pension system holds nearly 7,000 shares with Navient. Pensioners from Rhode Island, as well as the AFL-CIO and elsewhere, had been encouraging the Delaware company "to do some soul searching about its loan servicing practices," said Magaziner, claiming its collections techniques are too aggressive for struggling student loan borrowers. visit for more detail :http://www.navientstudentloans.org navinet provider login Home Navient Student Loans Navient Customer Service Navient Lawsuit
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