'Race to the bottom' and 'unwelcomed trade-off': Investors don’t buy UK’s plans for dual class shares to attract listed firms post-Brexit
Responsible, retail and institutional investors see the plans as “regressive”
The UK listings review proposed by the Treasury, including the introduction of dual class shares with different voting rights for shares listed with the London Stock Exchange, has not been welcomed by investors.
The review is led by Jonathan Hill, former European Commissioner for …
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