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Protecting the interests of minority shareholders in Estonia – what example can we take from our northern neighbors?

Finnish law provides for the possibility of distributing dividends by force of a minority. Estonia has the opportunity to regulate the rights of minority shareholders in a considered manner, taking into account proportionality and in a way that suits local peculiarities, writes Getter Villmann, a lawyer at the law firm COBALT, and Jesse Kivisaari, an advisor in the field and co-leader of the Finnish working group.

Finnish law provides for the possibility of distributing dividends by force of a minority. Estonia has the opportunity to regulate the rights of minority shareholders in a considered manner, taking into account proportionality and in a way that suits local peculiarities, writes Getter Villmann, a lawyer at the law firm COBALT, and Jesse Kivisaari, an advisor in the field and co-leader of the Finnish working group.


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