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Title: Shareholders coalitions in Spain
Authors: Santana Martín, Domingo Javier 
UNESCO Clasification: 530406 Dinero y operaciones bancarias
Keywords: Bancos
Bolsa
Inversiones financieras
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: 1698-5117
Journal: Universia Business Review 
Abstract: Spanish institutions and researchers have made a great effort to know the level of use of governance mechanisms of listed companies. However, there are still little known areas of this system. In this sense, the work analyzes the presence of shareholders coalitions in the Spanish stock market in the period 2003-2009. The results show the presence of these contracts in about one in four listed companies, linking to such agreements at around 42% of the voting rights. Moreover, the results show a greater presence of shareholders coalitions in large-cap companies, in the greater concentration of ownership companies, in firms without defensive measures and in the pyramid structures.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/44210
ISSN: 1698-5117
Source: Universia Business Review[ISSN 1698-5117],v. 28, p. 46-61
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