No measures
protecting the firm’s capital

Capital protection mechanisms, in particular those that create a difference between shareholders before the law, such as voting rights restrictions, or those whose objective is to prevent any public offering (Breton bonds), are unfavorable to minority shareholders. They limit acquisition transactions by a company, distort the price offered, and unduly protect the management of the targeted company whose management or strategy could be challenged by an acquisition offer.

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