The partner at the event-driven and value-oriented insurgent fund explains why he is plodding ahead with a change-of-control director contest at a metals and specialty company even though he is 'cognizant' of the coronavirus' effects on the world.
The founder of the New York-based activist fund explains why he's sticking with his investment and campaign at transport and school bus company FirstGroup — one of the fund's largest positions — even as its share price gets battered.
Geoffrey Cain, author of 'Samsung Rising,' tackles South Korea's chaebols, the biggest swing vote in South Korea and activist investing within Asia during a conversation with The Deal for its Activist Investing Today podcast.
A regulation implemented to increase transparency at investment houses in Europe has led to a drastic cutback in spending on investment research and in turn, opened the door wider for activists at many undercovered companies on U.K. exchanges.
Europe is facing not only well-known U.S. activists such as Nelson Peltz and Dan Loeb, but the Continent also has to deal with smaller American insurgents who are making waves, PJT partner Simon Lyons says.
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