The Role of Institutional Investors in Curbing Corporate Short-Termism | CFA Institute Enterprising Investor

If institutional investors are dissatisfied with a company’s performance, they no longer have only two choices — sell the stock or oppose management. If institutional investors are serious about supporting long-term value creation, they can pursue this goal through various forms of investor engagement with the company. Then, if a hedge fund launches a proxy fight, they should vigorously participate to make sure the outcome promotes corporate growth over the next several years rather than the next few months.

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