PROXY TALK: Double Voting Rights in France & Italy
On February 19, Glass Lewis hosted a webinar to discuss the use of double voting rights in the French and Italian markets, as well as other loyalty measures currently under consideration by European institutions. Panelists included representatives of issuers’ associations AFEP and Assonime, and asset manager Amundi.
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About Proxy Talk:
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