Personal tools
10 items matching your search terms.
Filter the results.
Item type









New items since



Sort by relevance · date (newest first) · alphabetically
News Item Shareholder Rights Get Snipped in Australia
22nd October 2014 | Government restricts a rarely used rule - just in case
Located in News and Commentary
News Item Is the Grass Always Greener?
10th June 2014 | Weatherford makes another move, all in search of stability...
Located in News and Commentary
News Item MEPs Vote to Strengthen Shareholder Rights Directive
21st July 2015 | Country by Country tax reporting, shareholder transparency and voting on pay all given boost by EU Parliament
Located in News and Commentary
News Item Sword of Damocles – Sheathed!
Government U-Turn on Local Government Pension Scheme mergers- Comment by Alan MacDougall PIRC 13th May 2014
Located in News and Commentary
News Item Long-Term Incentive Plans: neither long-term nor incentive?
25 April 2014 | Problems with performance pay by Guest Contributor Deborah Hargreaves, Director of the High Pay Centre
Located in News and Commentary
News Item US case may see limits on class actions by investors
20th May 2014 | Halliburton seeks to overturn shareholder ability to act collectively on securities fraud
Located in News and Commentary
News Item PIRC Annual Corporate Governance Conference
Shareholder Engagement: Influencing Change Friday 13th June, Central London
Located in News and Commentary
News Item UK Banks to start the longest journey?
3rd June 2014 | Formation of new banking standards council inches closer
Located in News and Commentary
News Item Shareholders want new Fox chair
Two out of three minority shareholders have backed a resolution seeking the appointment of an independent chair at 21st Century Fox.
Located in News and Commentary
News Item Questioning shareholder primacy
One of the interesting ideas in the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards report was that shareholder primacy should be removed at the banks.
Located in News and Commentary