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Equity Issuances and Agency Costs: The Telling Story of Shareholder Approval around the World
Shareholder approval of equity issuances varies considerably. When shareholders must approve issuances, average announcement returns are positive. When managers unilaterally issue stock, returns are 4% lower and negative. The closer the vote is to the issuance or the greater is the required plurality, the higher are the returns for public offers, rights offers, and private placements. Shareholders favor rights offers and seldom approve public offers. Managers favor public offers and seldom choose rights offers. These findings hold across and within 23 countries, including the United States, suggesting that agency problems affect equity issuances and that shareholder approval reduces these costs.
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le vendredi 31 mars 2017
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