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A gauge of governance
By Sivananth Ramachandran*
AGMs are likely to be a barometer of how companies treat retail shareholders
Annual general meetings provide a platform for shareholders to participate directly in the affairs of companies, and to hold the directors to account through discussions, questions and voting. Covid-19 has recast shareholder meetings in some fundam...
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