As France and Italy face investor backlash over giving double votes to long-term shareholders, the EU is also considering a similar move. Stephanie Baxter finds out why UK schemes should be worried.
At a glance EU states could be forced to give additional voting rights to long-term shareholders Similar policies in France and Italy threaten the interests of minority shareholders and benefit...
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