Litigation & Governance: Why Shareholder Litigation Is Now More Important Than Ever

11th Nov 2020
Virtual Event
10.30 CET

The thinking around corporate governance, shareholder engagement and active litigation has evolved and matured over the past decade. The openness to, and use of, these tools has become more developed as a reflection of the growing acceptance of active engagement and shareholder litigation by money managers. 

The Litigation & Governance: Why Shareholder Litigation Is Now More Important Than Ever meeting will focus exclusively on examining the needs of legal and compliance teams at Nordic money managers. This will be done through the lens of active engagement, shareholder actions and affirmative litigation. 

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check

This event is being hosted in partnership with Darren Check, Partner at Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check LLP. 

"Kessler Topaz is one of the world’s foremost advocates in protecting the public against corporate fraud and other wrongdoing. Our lawyers regularly take on the foremost defense attorneys—and win—in class actions, shareholder derivative suits, antitrust litigation and other complex litigation around the globe. We are proud to have recovered billions of dollars for our clients."


Register Your Interest

Participation is strictly limited to qualified executives. Once registered, a member of the Institutional Investor team will be in touch to confirm attendance. Due to capacity restraints, all registrations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.


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  • Wednesday November 11

Foreign Interference in Transatlantic Democracies

Off the record interview and Q&A with Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Former Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of NATO

Social media and the unfettered access to information has brought people together and provided opportunities few would have dreamed of only half a century ago. Yet, for liberal democracies, it has also become an unwelcome gateway for divisive foreign interference. This keynote address will examine the motivations of the protagonists, and how we could defend ourselves.


For general enquiry, please contact

Alex Beveridge

+44 207 303 1742

For your invitation, please contact

Armando Tames

Senior Investor Relations Manager
+44 207 779 8647