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Mini-Tenders 301: Will Such Offers Be Used in Proxy Contests?
Matthew Cumming,Shane C. D'Souza,Matthew Griffin, February 17, 2015
This is the final article in our mini-tender trilogy. We have previously discussed mini-tender offers from the perspectives of the offeror, and the issuer and shareholders. This article considers how mini-tenders might be strategically used in proxy contests.
The Lorax Speaks to Pension Fund Administrators - And They Better Listen!
Randy Bauslaugh, February 10, 2015
A proposed change to pension fund investment regulations in Ontario will require pension fund administrators to include in their statements of investment policies and procedures (SIPPs), information about whether and, if so, how, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors will be...
Mini-Tenders 201: Responding to Mini-Tender Offers
Matthew Cumming,Shane C. D'Souza,Matthew Griffin, February 6, 2015
In our previous article, we introduced mini-tenders and discussed the factors that should be considered before launching a mini-tender offer. As a refresher, a mini-tender is an offer to purchase securities below the threshold that triggers regulatory rules for take-over bids. Such an offer is not...
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