corporate governance

AIM Rules Review

The London Stock Exchange have published a document entitled “AIM Rules Review”. ShareSoc, including me personally, have criticised the LSE in the past for poor regulation of the AIM market. Many investors view it as a casino because of the numerous problems of fraud, poor disclosures, many delistings or simple bankruptcies in AIM companies. See the ShareSoc campaign page here for more information: https://www.sharesoc.org/campaigns/campaign-improve-aim-market/  As you can see we made a number of recommendations on how to improve the AIM market, and ...

ShareSoc Requests More Power for Ultimate Investors

PRESS RELEASE 83 25/10/2016 ShareSoc (the UK Individual Shareholders Society) has today submitted its written evidence to the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee inquiry on corporate governance. In summary: The goal should be to get more power back to the ultimate investors. This can be achieved by: Ensuring that individual shareholders can exercise their rights, even if their shares are held in nominee accounts. ShareSoc, if sufficiently well resourced, can play a role by ensuring that individual shareholders are educated about their rights and ...