Rebel shareholders demand change at One51

A campaign led by former director Gerry Killen focuses on company strategy and transparency in the annual report

17th July, 2010

There are plenty of unhappy investors around at the moment, but few of them become so disgruntled that their dissatisfaction bubbles over into a public row.

At investment company One51, the level of bad feeling among shareholders has erupted into a very vocal spat, with a rebel group demanding change at the Philip Lynch-led vehicle.

Investor sources said that the Campaign for Change at One51 group was ‘‘aggressively’’ chasing down support ahead of the company’s...

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