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"Proxy Solicitation Tactics in M&A"

Thursday, January 29, 2015

2:00 - 2:45 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]

As M&A becomes more contentious each year, the importance of leveraging proxy solicitors continues to grow. Learn more from these experts on the latest techniques used to sway opinion and bring in the vote - including social media - as well as how traditional tactics have evolved.

Join these experts:

  • Chuck Garske, Senior Managing Director, Okapi Partners
  • Waheed Hassan, Managing Director, Alliance Advisors
  • Scott Winter, Managing Director, Innisfree

This program will cover:

  • How tactics differ depending on the situation
  • How social media is being used in deals
  • How calling campaigns are evolving
  • With so many votes coming in under the wire, how does one know a campaign is working
  • What are the questions to ask a proxy solicitor before engagement

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