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Organisers:
The LBS Centre for Corporate Governance, the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and the European Corporate Governance Institute
Shareholder Activism in the United Kingdom
on Thursday 9th February 2006
at
The Royal College of Gynaecologists, Nuffield Hall, 27 Sussex Place, London, NW1 4RG

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Welcome

Juan Rada,
Senior Vice President,
Oracle Applications and Industries, Europe, Middle East & Africa

3mins 36 secs

Antonio Borges,
Chairman,
European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI);
Vice-Chairman,
Goldman Sachs International
4mins 20 secs

Presentation “Shareholder Activism in the UK”

Professor Marco Becht,
Professor of Finance and Economics, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Executive Director, ECGI

Professor Julian Franks
,
Professor of Finance,
London Business School

37mins 33 secs


Questions and Answers

Chaired by Laura D Tyson,
Dean, London Business School
Professor Marco Becht,
Professor Julian Franks
Professor Stefano Ross
i (Stockholm School of Economics)

16mins 29 secs

Response

David Pitt-Watson,
CEO,
Focus Asset Management
15mins 59 secs

Panel Discussion: What are the benefits of shareholder activism?
Chaired by Professor Colin Mayer,
Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Management Studies,
Said Business School, University of Oxford

Panel Members:
Sir Victor Blank, Chairman of GUS & Trinity Mirror
Brian Magnus, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Alastair Ross Goobey, Chairman, Hermes Focus Asset Management
Anita Skipper, Head of Corporate Governance, Morley Fund Management

45mins 13 secs



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