Case Study

Asian Car Part Holding: Sold without the knowledge of the board?

5 pages
December 2006
Reference: IMD-3-1634

How should an investor representative to the board of a portfolio company react if he learns that this company was sold without the knowledge of the board? This is the question the “hero” of the case has to answer. Should his organization just “take the money and run” or did he have a responsibility to represent some broader principles?

Keywords
Corporate Governance, Investment Banking, Automotive Supply
Settings
Asia, United States of America
2005
Type
Generalized Experience
Copyright
© 2005
Available Languages
English
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