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Fair SharesThe Future of Shareholder Power and Responsibility$
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Jonathan Charkham and Anne Simpson

Print publication date: 1999

Print ISBN-13: 9780198292142

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198292142.001.0001

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Investment Strategy and Governance

Investment Strategy and Governance

(p.155) Chapter 15 Investment Strategy and Governance
Fair Shares

Jonathan Charkham

Anne Simpson

Oxford University Press

Against the background of existing or developing obligations and the conclusion that many shares are under the effective control of a relatively small group of fund managers, the question to be asked concerns what strategies are open to them. If they are in-house, what strategy can they sell to their own management/board? If they are professional fund managers what strategy can they sell to the trustees to whom they look for business or to the consultants advising them? This chapter discusses the three main types which have an impact on corporate governance: active investing, value investing, and indexation.

Keywords:   shares, fund managers, board, trustees, corporate governance, active investing, value investing, indexation

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