Activist Investing from Benjamin Graham to Today


Explores the highlights of activist investing from its beginnings to modern-day activism. For nearly 100 years activist investing has been a mechanism for investors to unlock shareholder value to realize greater returns. What began in the 1920’s with individual investors like Benjamin Graham, evolved into the Proxyteers in the 1950’s and became corporate raiding in the 1980’s, is now called activist investing and is orchestrated by large-scale hedge funds.

2017-06-01T13:39:57+00:00 May 18th, 2016|Categories: VIDEOS|