Sure, Activist Investing, But Not Here.

Interesting disconnect in a new study on activist investing:

Overall, 56% of respondents expect to see an increase in shareholder activism in the next 12 months. But only 39% of corporate respondents expect the amount of activism to grow, compared with 72% of shareholder activists responding to the survey.


Get that? Most corporate sorts don’t think we will see an upswing in activist investing in the coming year, while most activist investors – the people who actually do that sort of thing – think they’re wrong. Gosh, wonder who is right?

[via P&I]

Related posts:

  1. Unwinding Activist Hedge Funds?
  2. Playing the Activist Investor Home Game
  3. Activist Trading and Fortress’s Intrawest Deal
  4. SEC’s Full-Employment Act for Activist Funds
  5. Whitworth, NSM, and Shareholder Activism