Corporate Finance

More Proxy Fights Are Ending in Settlements Between Activist Shareholders and Their Targets

Chazen News Release | August 16, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Wei Jiang explores why activists are increasingly entering into settlement agreements with target companies

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance | Read Article

Tenure Voting: Striking a Balance Between Corporate and Shareholder Interests

Chazen News Release | March 4, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Wei Jiang outlines how the adoption of tenure voting would affect control rights within a corporation over time

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance, Organizations | Read Article

Activists Set Their Sights on Mergers and Acquisitions

Chazen News Release | September 12, 2018

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Wei Jiang shows new shareholder activism strategy is effectively stopping value-destroying acquisitions

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Corporate Finance | Read Article