Activist Shareholders / Shareholder Activism
Activist shareholders are increasingly putting pressure on the top management of listed corporations. Only those that are well prepared for such attacks can quickly and effectively react when situations become serious. A critical analysis of the weaknesses and attack points of your own company – including its public image, if applicable – can help in developing effective defensive strategies.
Carsten Böhme, Managing Partner
Carsten Böhme, who has a degree in business administration, held positions at Deutsche Bank from 1992 to 1996 in the areas of private banking, public relations and financial control. He then moved to DWS Investments in Frankfurt, the investment management arm of Deutsche Bank, where he worked in marketing and sales. From 2000 to 2003 he served as DWS press spokesman and deputy head of public relations, sharing responsibility for all press and public relations activities in Germany and throughout Europe. Since 2004 he has been a Managing Partner of Instinctif Partners in Germany (until 2014 under the name Stockheim Media), with responsibility since 2013 for the firm’s business within Germany. In this role, he is a member of the Global Executive Committee.
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