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Source: IR Magazine in association with Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, January 19, 2016 webinar


IR Magazine Webinar ‒ The activist fire drill


January 19, 2016 | By staff writers

 

A guide for investor relations teams that want to understand how activists think and prepare their company for engagement.

Join IR Magazine and Nasdaq Corporate Solutions for a complimentary webinar that discusses a special report on activism that acts as a resource for investor relations teams that want to track activist activity, understand how activists think and prepare their company for engagement.

The webinar focuses on the following areas:

·         2015 – an overview

·         Thinking like an activist – is your company vulnerable?

·         Preparing your company for engagement

·         What happens when an activist joins the board?

·         New activist tactics for 2016 and beyond

In association with Nasdaq Corporate Solutions

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