ESC claims support of advisory service:
This article was originally published in Clinica
ESC Medical says it has the support of a leading voting advisory service in its battle against two shareholders which are trying to replace the current management (see Clinica No 859, p 12). The Israeli laser surgical company says the group, Institutional Shareholder Services, has recommended that ESC reject the proposals put by the shareholder group, as it "has failed to put forward a strategic plan or communicate its vision of ESC's future".
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