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eBooks and eBook chapters on shareholder relations

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Shareholder activism and investor relations

Chapter 5 discusses shareholder engagement, relations and communications, shareholder rights and meetings.

The rise of shareholder accountability

This title provides comprehensive, expert-led coverage of all aspects of corporate governance for public, nonprofit, and private boards. This section comprises four chapters on the subject of shareholder relations and shareholder activism.

The Non-executive chairman: toward a shareholder value maximization role

This title provides comprehensive, expert-led coverage of all aspects of corporate governance for public, nonprofit, and private boards. This chapter explores the key responsibilities, characteristics , experience and skills of a high-performance non-executive board chairman as well as communication with shareholders and addressing the concerns of activist shareholders.

Communications with stakeholders

An essential source of reference and route map for the position of Non-executive director. Contains case studies and checklists throughout. Chapter 11 of the handbook deals with shareholder relations with reference to the UK Corporate Governance Code and UK Stewardship Code. Disclosures and transparency, and Corporate Social responsibility are also covered

Dictionary of finance and investment terms

Contains more than 5,000 terms related to stocks, bonds, mutual funds, banking, tax laws, and transactions.

Length of service

The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance. Chapter 3 gives of an overview of how directors can leave the board, including resignation and removal. Chapter also looks at succession planning

Shareholders

The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance. This book provides practical help for common issues faced by both executive and non-executive directors. Chapter 8 covers the relationship between the board and its shareholders and includes information on share ownership , general meetings and communication.

Fundamentals about directors

The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance. Chapter 1 details the basics of the role of director, including who can be appointed and how, different types of directors, due diligence, induction and training and remuneration

Director's guide (5th edition)

The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance.

Statutory statement of director's duties

The ICSA Director's Guide explains all the core duties and liabilities of being a director from appointment to resignation, including disclosures, shareholder relations and corporate governance. Chapter 13 covers the penalties for breach of duty.

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