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The end of the “shareholder agreements” era: (if real) a great opportunity for the entire Italian economy

November 11, 2013

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On last October 31st, Pirelli announced the termination of the shareholders’ agreement controlling 31.8% of the Company’s share capital. Few months earlier, other agreements controlling major Italian companies were terminates, such as the one related to 58.3% of the publisher of the newspaper Corriere della Sera, RCS Mediagroup (including Fiat, Mediobanca, Italmobiliare, Generali, Pirelli, Intesa […]

Impregilo’s meeting (hopefully) marked a turning point for the Italian market

July 23, 2012

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The Impregilo’s shareholders meeting was requested by Salini, one of the two main shareholders with almost 30% and main competitor of the company, asking for the removal of the entire Board of Directors. The meeting was originally called on July 12th, but the other major shareholder (Gavio Group), who also holds almost 30%, proposed at […]

The Italian “shareholders’ spring” is very late, but something is changing

June 29, 2012

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A strongly concentrated ownership structure, local actors that are basically passive and its nature of peripheral market for large institutional investors contributed to keep Italian companies far from the “shareholders’ spring”. No relevant news came from the 2012 proxy season, or at least it seems so looking at the meeting minutes: remuneration policies, incentive plans […]