Institutional Shareholder

Institutional Shareholder

A business, such as a mutual fund, bank or insurance company, that holds shares in a publicly-traded company. Institutional shareholders are important to placing new issues of stocks and bonds, as they can afford to buy more of an issue than individual investors. If an institutional shareholder owns a majority of the shares in a company, the company is said to be under institutional ownership.
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California, US-based private equity firm Genstar Capital, in partnership with management, has closed the acquisition of corporate governance firm in the financial industry Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.
3 March 2017 - Shareholder advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.
reached an all-time high in 2014, according to a new report released by Institutional Shareholder Services Inc.
The investor decided to withdraw his aggressive buyback campaign, following the Institutional Shareholder Services' (ISS) opposition and arguments against his plans.
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Even so, institutional shareholder activism in the United States is not particularly visible.
Monks and Nell Minow, presidents of Institutional Shareholder Partners and Institutional Shareholder Services, respectively.
California, US-based private equity firm Genstar Capital, in partnership with management, has agreed to acquire corporate governance firm in the financial industry Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 1, 2013--Adler named marketing head of Institutional Shareholder Services(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
For me, communicating with an institutional shareholder is like communicating with the White House.

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