Handling Hostile Minority Shareholders in a Business (EP9)

Upheaval caused by hostile minority shareholders is never good for a company. At the very least it can affect morale and create work disturbances. At the worst, it can end up in court. And if your planned exit is imminent, such a situation can be potentially devastating because it can derail your plans to leave. No matter how appealing your company or how glowing its valuation, potential buyers generally don’t want to purchase a company with any significant ongoing litigation—especially minority shareholder litigation that can last for years. In this video Gower Idrees, CEO of RareBrain provides a number of possible scenarios for handling hostile minority shareholders and explains how they may impact your company sale.

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