Taking Stock 

Is the minority holder being squeezed out?

Mark Robinson

Is the minority holder being squeezed out?

The inability of companies to significantly dilute existing shareholders without their consent is a key component of the UK equities market. But even though the UK regulatory framework doesn’t allow companies to dilute minority holdings at will, some might argue that the secondary market routinely fails retail investors due to the influence wielded by institutions.

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