The Shareholder Activists’ View | 2015 Second Annual

FTI Consulting and Activist Insight surveyed 24 activist firms, which collectively have engaged in more than 1200 activist events in 10+ countries, including funds that have been involved in some of the largest and most high-profile activist situations of the past year. This is FTI Consulting and Activist Insight’s second annual activism survey following last year’s “The Shareholder Activists’ View”

Appetite for Activism There is continued appetite for activism in marketplace, and activist funds are continuing to position themselves to take advantage of this appetite


Canyon Profits On Covid Crisis Refinancings

stimulus dealCanyon Partners' Canyon Balanced Funds returned -0.91% in October, net of fees and expenses, bringing the year-to-date return to -13.01%. However, according to a copy of the firm's investor correspondence, which ValueWalk has been able to review, the fund quickly bounced back in November, adding 7.3% for the month. Net of fees, the letter reported, Read More


Appetite for Activism (cont’d) “Activists are concerned with promoting change. Time and again they have shown the ability to navigate turbulent market conditions by adjusting their strategies.” — Steve Balat, Managing Director, FTI Consulting

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