Canadian Boardrooms Ready To Deploy New Defence Tactic To Thwart Activists


A new corporate defence has begun to emerge in Canada that could gain traction as activist investors continue to target companies and push for change. So-called “voting pills” have been adopted by a handful of companies, and they seek to block or at least slow down investors who team up to challenge a board of directors…

Canadian boardrooms ready to deploy new defence tactic to thwart activists




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