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Writing the Activism Playbook

Schulte Roth & Zabel’s Global Shareholder Activism Group

With offices in New York, Washington DC and London, Schulte Roth & Zabel (SRZ) is a leading law firm serving the alternative investment management industry, and the firm is renowned for its shareholder activism practice. Marc Weingarten and Eleazer Klein, New York-based SRZ partners, serve as co-chairs of the firm’s global Shareholder Activism Group.

The Hedge Fund Journal met with Klein and London-based corporate and funds partner Jim McNally for a wide-ranging discussion on activism. SRZ and Activist Insight hosted a seminar entitled “Shareholder Activism in the UK”, that highlighted the continuing growth and success of shareholder activism. SRZ and Activist Insight also recently published The Activist Investing Annual Review 2016, which analyses statistics on campaigns, details emerging trends, profiles key players in the activism market and offers predictions. Data collected by Activist Insight suggests that shareholder activism continued to grow worldwide in 2015, with the number of companies subjected to public demands reaching 551, up 16% from 2014. In the majority of cases, activists’ demands have been at least partially satisfied, according to Activist Insight.

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