Can voluntary corporate (in)actions lead to mandatory retribution?

 

Voluntary corporate actions are often considered to be an inconsequential aspect of investment management. However, given the sheer amount of money that is lost to poorly handled corporate actions decisions – and the fiduciary infractions that they may spur down the road – these activities are proving to be highly consequential.

 

To read the article in full from the Global Banking and Finance Review, click here. 



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