active investors, shareholder rights

12 February, 2020

Stakeholder debate should not be used to weaken shareholder rights

Relations between investors and boards have reached a low ebb. That was the verdict recently of Andy Griffiths, executive director of the

14 May, 2018

EC seeks to amend and standardise shareholder rights law

A public consultation conducted by the European Commission on amendments to shareholder rights has now closed. The new law would introduce minimum requirements in the transmission of information fo...
Tbilisi, Georgia

10 October, 2017

Corporate law in Georgia to boost transparency and shareholder protection

Amendments to Georgia’s Law on Entrepreneurs impose new requirements for single-member companies and strengthen the pre-emption rights of shareholders. Georgia's legal reform commitments stem fro...
Paris, France

3 July, 2017

France: update to Sapin II Law aims to improve transparency

Several measures designed to support transparency, modernise business activity and combat corruption are included in France’s new
City of London, financial, banking

10 May, 2017

IoD calls for shareholders to have second vote on pay

The next government should introduce new laws giving shareholders a second vote, if there is a significant minority vote against a company's remuneration report, according to the UK's Institute of Dir...

3 January, 2017

Catch-up: RBS, FTSE 350 pay, Tata, ESG under Trump

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2 September, 2016

ICSA questions strengthening of shareholder rights

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