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A proxy fight, proxy contest or proxy battle (sometimes even called a proxy war) is an unfriendly contest for the control over an organization. The event usually occurs when a corporation's stockholders develop opposition to some aspect of the corporate governance, often focusing on directorial and management positions.

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  • プロキシーファイト
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  • プロキシーファイト(英語: Proxy Fight)とは、株主が株主総会において自らのを可決させるため、議決権行使にかかる他の株主の委任状(Proxy)を、会社の経営陣あるいは別の立場の株主と争奪(Fight)する多数派工作のこと。日本語では委任状闘争、委任状争奪合戦などと訳される。 プロキシーファイトが成功すれば、投入した資金以上の議決権を確保することが可能となるが、経営戦略上の理由によっては採算を度外視する場合もある。プロキシーファイトの活用法としては、例えば、20%を超える買付に対しポイズンピルが発動する企業を買収する場合、20%弱までの買付にとどめた上でプロキシーファイトを仕掛け、株主総会決議により取締役を送り込む手法が考えられる。
  • A proxy fight, proxy contest or proxy battle (sometimes even called a proxy war) is an unfriendly contest for the control over an organization. The event usually occurs when a corporation's stockholders develop opposition to some aspect of the corporate governance, often focusing on directorial and management positions.
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  • A proxy fight, proxy contest or proxy battle (sometimes even called a proxy war) is an unfriendly contest for the control over an organization. The event usually occurs when a corporation's stockholders develop opposition to some aspect of the corporate governance, often focusing on directorial and management positions. Corporate activists may attempt to persuade shareholders to use their proxy votes (i.e., votes by one individual or institution as the authorized representative of another) to install new management for any of a variety of reasons. Shareholders of a public corporation may appoint an agent to attend shareholder meetings and vote on their behalf. That agent is the shareholder's proxy.In a proxy fight, incumbent directors and management have the odds stacked in their favor over those trying to force the corporate change. These incumbents use various corporate governance tactics to stay in power, including: staggering the boards (i.e., having different election years for different directors), controlling access to the corporation's money, and creating restrictive requirements in the bylaws. As a result, most proxy fights are unsuccessful; except those waged more recently by hedge funds, which are successful more than 60% of the time. However, previous studies have found that proxy fights are positively correlated with an increase in shareholder wealth.
  • プロキシーファイト(英語: Proxy Fight)とは、株主が株主総会において自らのを可決させるため、議決権行使にかかる他の株主の委任状(Proxy)を、会社の経営陣あるいは別の立場の株主と争奪(Fight)する多数派工作のこと。日本語では委任状闘争、委任状争奪合戦などと訳される。 プロキシーファイトが成功すれば、投入した資金以上の議決権を確保することが可能となるが、経営戦略上の理由によっては採算を度外視する場合もある。プロキシーファイトの活用法としては、例えば、20%を超える買付に対しポイズンピルが発動する企業を買収する場合、20%弱までの買付にとどめた上でプロキシーファイトを仕掛け、株主総会決議により取締役を送り込む手法が考えられる。
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