Thyssenkrupp activist investor

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp's decision to simplify its corporate structure marks a victory for activist investor Cevian as the German conglomerate strives to keep shareholders onboard with its broader restructuring plan.

10 May 2019 Under pressure from activist investors, Thyssenkrupp had tried to merge its steel unit with Tata Steel's European operations and split the rest of  18 Jul 2018 Read more about ThyssenKrupp labour union, activist investor Cevian Capital call for peace on Business-standard. Thyssenkrupp shares  6 Feb 2020 Bidders circle Thyssenkrupp elevator division grappling with activist investor pressure, having seen its merger with Indian conglomerate Tata  26 Feb 2020 Trouble with activist investor. Former Siemens manager Hiesinger cleaned up the group and merged the European steel division with Tata –  10 Mar 2020 The Thyssenkrupp elevator auction wrapped up at an interesting time The growing presence of activist investors in Europe's public markets is  17 Jul 2018 Thyssenkrupp faces 'aggressive restructuring' after bosses quit (Update). by Tom Barfield. The situation is heating up at Thyssenkrupp as 

16 Oct 2019 In the past few years, American and Anglo-Swedish activist investors Elliott and Cevian Capital have taken up that baton. Hedge funds were once 

1 Dec 2017 The muted performance even caused activist investor Cevian, Thyssenkrupp's second-largest shareholder with an 18-percent stake, to recently  FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp’s decision to simplify its corporate structure marks a victory for activist investor Cevian as the German conglomerate strives to keep shareholders onboard with ThyssenKrupp is splitting into two separate companies as the German conglomerate becomes the latest business to cave under pressure from activist investors. The group will create two The value potential of thyssenkrupp’s Strategic Way Forward and financial perspectives should be reflected appropriately in the valuation of thyssenkrupp’s stock and in a supportive investor environment. We raise the profile and appeal of thyssenkrupp’s stock. We know and understand our target groups.

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp’s decision to simplify its corporate structure marks a victory for activist investor Cevian as the German conglomerate strives to keep shareholders onboard with

1 Dec 2017 The muted performance even caused activist investor Cevian, Thyssenkrupp's second-largest shareholder with an 18-percent stake, to recently  FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp’s decision to simplify its corporate structure marks a victory for activist investor Cevian as the German conglomerate strives to keep shareholders onboard with

Thyssenkrupp had been nagged since 2013 by Cevian, a Swedish investor which owns 18% of the group, to rethink its structure. It has long complained that the stagnant parts of the group, notably the

27 Sep 2018 The breakup of Thyssenkrupp AG will hand activist investors their biggest win yet in Germany. 10 Sep 2018 At ThyssenKrupp, one of Germany's creaking industrial behemoths, activist shareholder Cevian Capital recently forced out CEO Heinrich  24 Jan 2018 Shareholder Cevian is pressuring ThyssenKrupp to sell divisions. It and other activist investors may not have their target's best interests at heart  27 Sep 2019 Activist investors have been pushing large German conglomerates, such as Siemens, to break up and sell or float non-core divisions to  30 Jul 2019 Wall Street's top activist investors are taking on an increasing Bayer and software firm SAP, along with Thyssenkrupp, Uniper and Gea. 5 Sep 2018 The activist investor made an estimated profit of over 40%, for a shareholding of four months. At ThyssenKrupp, the main shareholders have 

27 Sep 2018 pressure from activist investors. The group will create two independently- traded public companies in its biggest restructuring since Thyssen 

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp’s decision to simplify its corporate structure marks a victory for activist investor Cevian as the German conglomerate strives to keep shareholders onboard with ThyssenKrupp is splitting into two separate companies as the German conglomerate becomes the latest business to cave under pressure from activist investors. The group will create two

24 Jan 2019 Activist fund Elliott raised doubts about Thyssenkrupp's plan to split in first comments by the activist investor since the transaction was made