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A New Era of Japanese Corporate Governance, Law360

June 2014

The end of June is the start of the annual ritual of Japanese shareholder meetings, which are held on only a few select days of late June, traditionally to prevent vocal shareholders from attending multiple meetings.

For foreign institutional shareholders who have recently invested billions of dollars in the Japanese market and led the surge in the Japanese stock market under Abenomics, this shareholder meeting season draws special attention.

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This article was originally published by Bingham McCutchen LLP.