Registered Shareholders: How to Manage the Millennial Challenge

The 'Millennial Generation', born in the 1980s and 1990s, is driving powerful changes across many industries. But millennial investors who are registered shareholders – that is, those who hold shares directly in their own name on the company register – are behind an unusual pattern of change: slow but steady attrition. Each year, a company’s registered shareholder base gradually declines as older shareholders pass away, sell shares, or move their accounts to brokerage platforms. No company is immune from a shrinking registered shareholder base, and every public company must consider the impact and develop an action plan. Read this informative article to learn more about managing millenial shareholders challenges.

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