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6 Corporate Actions in the Intermediated System: »

Nora Rachman, Maria Vermaas
From: Transnational Securities Law
Edited By: Thomas Keijser
6.01 During the lifecycle of securities, issuers make decisions related to the exercise of rights attached to the securities. In this context, issuers must effectively liaise with investors1 to: (i) seek approval for decisions (through the exercise of voting rights); (ii) distribute rights according to decisions (through payment of dividends or other distributions2); and/or (iii) provide investors with information concerning (i) or (ii).3 We refer to these events as corporate actions.4 6.02 The investor-issuer relationship in corporate actions is a sensitive...

Ch.6— Corporate Actions in the Intermediated System: Bridging the Gap between Issuer and Investor »

Nora Rachman, Maria Vermaas
From: Transnational Securities Law - Online Update, March 2016
Edited By: Thomas Keijser
This section of the noter-up complements Transnational Securities Law by Thomas Keijser and discusses updates which relate to the investor-issuer relationship in the intermediated system. These include the following subject areas: Voting; Intermediated securities; Central Securities Depository (CSD); Securities settlement system; and Banks and cross-border issues.