Managers seek to manage their relations with investors, as with other stakeholders. This chapter outlines three elements in managerial handling of investors. The first is the role of the board of directors, especially the role of non-executive directors. The second is the management of relations with actual or potential investors in the firm. The third is the management of relations with the investment community. It shows the pattern of interdependence between managers and investors, rather than dominance by either side.
Keywords: board composition, board independence, boards of directors, non-executive directors, corporate governance practice, potential investors, managerial interests, managing expectations, actual investors
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