Capital Market Campaigning: The Impact of NGOs on Companies, Shareholder Value and Reputational Risk
Capital Market Campaigning examines the huge growth in capital market campaigning and assesses the threats posed to companies and their investors. For the first time, you can read in detail about the full impact of such campaigns, and identify what risk mitigation strategies can be deployed by your company if it is targeted.
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NGO Capital Market Campaign Strategy
The History of Capital Market Campaigns
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