Rethinking the Shareholder Franchise
Thursday, September 12, 2019
2260 Law Building
The role and power of shareholders in corporate America is at the core of many governance debates. Questions regarding dual class shares, mutual funds’ voting, board structure and composition, and the role of institutional investors in promoting social cause are indicative of a larger underlying quest to set the proper boundaries of shareholders’ role in the corporate governance ecosystem. Participants are invited to revisit the shareholder franchise paradigm through these recent debates.