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AGM bunching: Don't fight it, just step around it

There may be no good and fair way to force companies to spread out the shareholders' meetings

APRIL is the time of the year when complaints about the bunching of annual general meetings (AGMs) generally become the loudest.

But trying to reduce AGM clustering is like trying to stay dry while water-skiing. It's futile, it gets in the way of the important things, and it's missing the

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