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Index compilers' CEOs voice concerns over dual-class shares

Hong Kong

THE chief executive officers at two of the world's largest index compilers have spoken out against companies using different share classes to give founders and executives greater voting rights.

Henry Fernandez, CEO of MSCI Inc, and FTSE Russell head Mark Makepeace both

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