The Rise of Shareholder Activism in Asia Pacific
September 26, 2019 | New York City

While shareholder activism activity in the U.S. has recently leveled off, activity outside of the country continues to increase significantly, perhaps most notably in Asia Pacific. Activism in Asia reached a record high, and shows no signs of slowing down, and it’s clear that it will continue to grow as western investors are diving into a market that was largely untapped. Join The Deal and an exceptional group of business leaders to explore the challenges and opportunities that exist for sophisticated investors and how companies can navigate the hurdles associated with exerting influence in the region.

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