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Activist Investing Trends & Impact on the M&A Market

The second annual Kirkland & Ellis Law Forum at Stanford’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance, brought together a leading academic, legal practitioners, and an investment banker to discuss recent trends in activist investing and their impact on the M&A market. What follows are my cryptic notes. The Center will probably post the video at some […]

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Yvan Allaire: Shareholder Activism & Long-Term Value

In case you missed it last weekend, Donna Dabney, Executive Director of the Governance Center at The Conference Board posted this November 14th presentation by  Dr. Yvan Allaire presented at the Annual Meeting of The Conference Board Governance Center. His talk was titled Do activist interventions create long term shareholder value? Allaire reviews a lot of studies and […]

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Corporate Governance: the Focus for a New Type of Activist Investor

Guest post from Josh Black, Financial Journalist for Activist Insight Ltd., which “aims to provide the most comprehensive global information source on activist investment.” Traditional activists were essentially value investors, but that profile might be changing. Carl Icahn has long championed the interests of shareholders. Yet even many who had watched him for years were surprised by […]

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ACGA: Asian Business Dialogue on Corporate Governance 2013

This is the final program for the Asian Corporate Governance Association‘s 13th Annual Conference taking place in Seoul, Korea on November 5-6, 2013. You can still reserve your place. Sign up for Corporate Sustainability and Responsibile Investment in North Asia.  Payment can be made by credit card  (MasterCard, Visa, American Express). Please note companies registering two or […]

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Investor Forums

Inside Investor Relations (IR) had an important article on July 30th, On the Way to the Investor Forum that raised the question: do companies really want to encourage their shareholders to chat about them in online forums? Wouldn’t it create a lot of work for investor relations officers (IROs) “who are responsible for monitoring these online […]

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Increased Investor Engagement

The first comprehensive analysis of the engagement between investors and public U.S. corporate issuers finds a notably high and increasing trend of engagement.  Yet, there is a disconnect between investors and issuers in basic areas such as the time frame of engagement, the definition of a successful engagement and, by implication, what engagement itself means. “The State of Engagement […]

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7 Habits of Successful Shareholders

V. Ramesh, Head, Asia-Pacific, CurAlea, Bangalore provides a short guide on habits that would help shareowners successfully manage risks. His audience is mostly Indian, but his advice is universal. In very abbreviated form: Learn to think like an owner Get familiar with the numbers Check if your company is well-governed Understand your company’s key risks: […]

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