Shareholder Activism and Shareholders’ Rights in Indonesia
SSEK partner Ira A. Eddymurthy and Syarifah Reinhana Fakhry, an associate at the firm, have written Q&A guides on Shareholder Activism and Shareholders’ Rights in Private and Public Companies in Indonesia.
The Q&A guide on shareholder activism in Indonesia provides a high-level overview of the use and goals of shareholder activism, the regulation of shareholder activism, and the strategies and tools used by shareholder activists. It also considers how shareholder activism may be prevented, and the practical steps that a company can take to minimise the risk of being targeted.
Shareholder Activism in Indonesia: Overview
And the Q&A guide to shareholders’ rights in private and public companies in Indonesia gives a high-level overview of types of limited companies and shares, including general shareholders’ rights, general meeting of shareholders, shareholders’ rights against directors, shareholders’ rights against the company’s auditors, disclosure of information to shareholders, shareholders’ agreements, dividends, financing and share interests, and share transfers and exit.
Shareholders’ Rights in Private and Public Companies in Indonesia: Overview
The Q&A guides are published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, an online legal know-how service that provides rigorous peer-reviewed resources, such as practice notes, current awareness and standard documents.