The first part of an in-depth look at Virtual-Only Shareholder Meetings, a new front in corporate-investor engagement.
Scenario 1: In-Person Shareholder Meeting
A shareholder proposal calling for the chairman’s resignation is coming up for vote at the physical annual meeting of Acme Inc.
In the packed hall, a supporter of the proposal rises to her feet and begins to describe exactly why the chairman must resign, making fulsome reference to his incompetence in negotiating the latest CEO’s pay package, dealing with the former CEO’s sexual misconduct and a botched acquisition that halved the company’s market cap. Continue Reading →