A Practitioner's Handbook
Ed. by Krause, Nils
Series:De Gruyter Praxishandbuch
- Addresses key questions with respect to shareholder activism
- With a special focus on shareholder activism in the United States, the UK, Germany and Japan
- The first international law book on shareholder activism for practitioners
Aims and Scope
In recent years shareholder activism has increased, becoming a more mainstream way of pressuring companies to effect certain changes to maximize shareholder value. The current economic market and the resulting scrutiny surrounding management's ability to effectively lead a company have resulted in an increasing awareness of corporate governance issues. As more activists make their agendas publicy known, management and corporate advisors, as well as shareholders, are becoming better equipped to handle such challenges.
- Approx. xvi, 304 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Specialist Text
- Stock Corporation Law
- Legal Advisors, Consultants, Bankers, Industrial Companies.