True, no one really listened to the opinion of the external director.
For many years, the Japanese corporation Toshiba has been plagued by financial stability problems, in 2018 they even forced it to sell its solid-state memory division, which now operates under the Kioxia brand. The further plan for the financial recovery of the Japanese conglomerate, as conceived by the management of Toshiba, involves the division into two companies, one of which will focus on semiconductor components and enter the stock exchange. The restructuring will be voted on at Toshiba’s shareholders’ meeting on March 24, and investors are now arguing over the future path of the corporation.
According to information Reuters, to support the opponents of the restructuring are ready to shareholders of the “middle hand” like the investment structures of the authorities of Norway and the US state of Florida. An opponent of the restructuring was also found among the board of directors of Toshiba, although his opinion at this stage does not change anything.
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Recall that recently the management of Toshiba even changed the CEO of the company so that the new head could establish a dialogue between activists opposed to restructuring, the corporation’s management and other shareholders. However, a few weeks are clearly not enough to resolve the problems that have been accumulating over the years, and therefore the vote scheduled for Thursday can only delay Toshiba’s return to financial well-being. A considerable number of shareholders insist on the purchase of the corporation’s assets by an investment consortium.