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    1. Arca Capital Urges AmTrust Shareholders to Vote Against Go-Private Plan

      Arca Capital Urges AmTrust Shareholders to Vote Against Go-Private Plan

      (Reuters) - Arca Capital, one of the largest shareholders in AmTrust Financial, on Wednesday urged other investors to vote against the U.S. insurer’s plans to go private, citing “absurdly low valuation” of $13.50 per share. The Czech-based investment company follows activist investor Carl Icahn in opposing the proposed privatization transaction...

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    2. SandRidge Says Icahn Seeking Control Without Paying Premium

      SandRidge Says Icahn Seeking Control Without Paying Premium

      (Reuters) - SandRidge Energy Inc said on Tuesday activist investor Carl Icahn is seeking to gain control of the oil and natural producer without paying an appropriate premium or participating in a competitive process. Icahn is looking to replace SandRidge’s board and added two more nominees to his slate after the company expanded the board...

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    3. Proxy Adviser Glass Lewis Opposes Tesla Board Renominations

      Proxy Adviser Glass Lewis Opposes Tesla Board Renominations

      May 15 (Reuters) - Criticism mounted over Tesla Inc board’s move to renominate three directors, including CEO Elon Musk’s brother Kimbal Musk, with proxy adviser Glass Lewis & Co on Tuesday opposing their re-election and seeking appointment of an independent chairman. Glass Lewis & Co said Tesla shareholders should vote against lead independent director Antonio Gracias, Kimbal Musk and James Murdoch, chief executive of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc.. .

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    4. U.S. Hedge Fund Elliott Amps up Campaigns in Europe

      U.S. Hedge Fund Elliott Amps up Campaigns in Europe

      May 3 (Reuters) - U.S. hedge fund Elliott is stepping up its activities in Europe, a Reuters review of data shows, as it sees more opportunities to unlock value for shareholders by pushing through management changes, company break-ups and merger deals. Filings with regulators show that eight of Paul Elliott Singer’s activist fund’s 15 ...

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    5. Tesla Speeding Toward Capital Raise Crunch Time

      Tesla Speeding Toward Capital Raise Crunch Time

      NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Tesla is speeding toward capital-raise crunch time. The electric-car maker on Wednesday reported a loss of $710 million in the first three months of the year. It also experienced a slew of other problems, including annoying a regulator after disclosing information about a fatal crash and losing more key staff. A Tesla Supercharger station is shown in Cabazon, California, U.S. May 18, 2016...

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    6. Meyer Burger Shareholders Symbolically Reject Pay Plan

      Meyer Burger Shareholders Symbolically Reject Pay Plan

      ZURICH, May 2 (Reuters) - Meyer Burger’s shareholders dealt its directors an embarrassing blow on Wednesday when they rejected the loss-making Swiss technology company’s salary plans for 2017. Shareholders in Switzerland have a right to vote on executive pay under changes introduced in 2013, but although such rejections are rare Meyer Burger’s pay plan will still go ahead because its vote was non-binding...

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    7. Credit Suisse Shareholder Support on Compensation Improves

      Credit Suisse Shareholder Support on Compensation Improves

      (Reuters) - Shareholders showed increased approval for Credit Suisse’s management pay on Friday while backing all compensation-related items at the banking group’s annual meeting. A year after shareholders railed against high executive pay, investors have been soothed by a change to its compensation scheme and a pickup in its turnaround. Shareholders voted in favour of the bank’s 2017 compensation report with 80.8 percent support, up from 57.98 percent the prior year...

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    8. Most AIB Institutional Shareholders Back Scuppered Bonus Plan

      Most AIB Institutional Shareholders Back Scuppered Bonus Plan

      DUBLIN (Reuters) - Most of Allied Irish Banks’ (AIB) ( AIBG.I ) institutional shareholders backed a proposal to introduce a deferred share plan for senior executives that the government used its majority shareholding to block last week. Chief Executive Officer of Allied Irish Bank Bernard Byrne looks on at the Allied Irish Bank Annual General Meeting in Dublin, Ireland April 27, 2017...

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