Institutional shareholders: Con `less than ideal owners'
- Karl Marx as Shareowner? Walker, Lewis J. // On Wall Street;Nov2000, Vol. 10 Issue 11, p148
Estimates the number of shareholders in both the industrial and developing countries by 2000. Percentage of households in the United States which owns mutual funds; Trend in many developing countries to introduce retirement fund schemes similar to 401(k) plan in the United States; Positive...
- Surprise, surprise�another controversy. Hasenfuss, Marc // Finance Week;5/3/2002, p34
Focuses on the disputes over the control of Venter Leisure and Commercial Trailers. Impact of Venter's operational track record on shareholders; Efforts of Michael Katcz to take control of the company from founder Jasper Venter; Investigations made to confirm the clear ownership of Venter.
- Corporate `ownership'. Blair, Margaret M. // Brookings Review;Winter95, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p16
Explains corporate ownership and the rights and responsibilities that go with ownership. Moralistic meaning of the word owner in American culture; Legal and social convention; Reasons for dividing up ownership rights and responsibilities; Role of shareholders in a corporation; Wealth-creating...
- The Role of Outside Directors in Bank Acquisitions. Subrahmanyam, Vijaya; Rangan, Nanda // FM: The Journal of the Financial Management Association;Autumn97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p23
Examines the relation among the stock returns of successful bidders in bank acquisitions, the composition of the boards of directors and directors' stock ownership. Corporate governance structure and the generalizability of prior research to banks; Model to examine the relation between abnormal...
- Does ownership structure affect value? A panel data analysis for the Spanish market. M�nguez-Vera, Antonio; Mart�n-Ugedo, Juan Francisco // International Review of Financial Analysis;2007, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p81
Abstract: This paper analyzes the influence of ownership structure on firm value. We find a non-significant relationship between the ownership of large blockholders and firm value. We also find a positive effect of the degree of control with regard to firm value. Endogenous treatment of these...
- Ownership Structure and Returns to Defensive Stock Repurchase. Woodruff, Criss G.; Torabzadeh, Khalil M.; Ross, James B. // Journal of Economics & Finance;Fall95, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p171
This study investigates the wealth effect of defensive common stock repurchase (CSR) on outside shareholders. It is found that the impact varies with the type of corporate control activity that precipitates the repurchase. Outside shareholders suffer wealth losses when a CSR announcement follows...
- Shares buyers should be identified. // Accountancy;Apr87, Vol. 99 Issue 1124, p9
Reports that the Trade and Industry Committee of the British House of Commons has proposed the prompt disclosure of the identity of owners of voting rights in the shares of a public company in relation to the Westland PLC problem. Concerns by the House about the lack of coordination between the...
- Largest and Predominant Owners in Russia Industry. Kapeliushnikov, R. // Problems of Economic Transition;Apr2001, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p63
Discusses the impact of stock ownership on the economic behavior of enterprises in Russia. Basic characteristics of the structure of shareholder ownership; Dynamic of the redistribution of ownership; Predominant types of control in the economy.
- What About Your Stock Ownership Guidelines? Scott, Marshall T. // Corporate Board;May/Jun2010, Vol. 31 Issue 182, p7
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