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Video Friday: Milken Institute Discussion on Shareowner Activism

Shareholders are demanding more from managements and boards – not just as overseers, but in an effort to increase the value of the enterprise. Amid the backdrop of record-low interest rates, pent-up M&A demand and stacks of cash on corporate balance sheets, these activists are being backed by new capital. In addition, more companies are working with activist investors to identify opportunities to create and unlock substantial shareholder value. A recent panel at the Milken Institute explored the rise of investor engagement and its impact on all stakeholders. Continue Reading →

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Active Ownership Increases Corporate Returns

Elroy Dimson, Oguzhan Karakas, and Xi Li analyze an extensive proprietary database of corporate social responsibility engagements with US public companies over 1999–2009. Engagements address environmental, social, and governance concerns. They are followed by a one-year abnormal return that averages 1.8%, comprising 4.4% for successful and zero for unsuccessful engagements. Continue Reading →

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