Steel Partners, Ichigo Asset Management and other investors in Japanese companies are doubling their involvement at annual meetings as overseas shareholders lead a drive for higher returns.
Investors will put forward 85 motions at 21 companies this month, compared with 47 motions at nine companies last June, according to Glass Lewis & Co., a shareholder adviser. Shareholders’ meetings for more than half of Japan’s traded firms peak Thursday.
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