Joint Stock Companies

Grinmeyla concept, or greenmail, firmly established in contemporary reality. However, a unified approach to its definition is still there. Traditionally, grinmeylom understand intervention of third parties in activities company based on the fact of ownership of its voting shares, aimed at creating barriers to the society of normal economic activity for the purpose of forcing the latter to buy shares owned by third parties, at a price significantly higher than the market. Forms of corporate blackmail is very diverse. However, the actions grinmeylerov inherent in some common traits: 1) corporate blackmail carried out by its shareholders.

But you should realize that the person registered in the register of shareholders, ie de jure owning shares, are not financial and ideological blackmail by the organizers. As Typically, shares are purchased on the nominees (one-day companies, offshore companies). Grinmeylery themselves prefer to stay in the shade and are often afraid of publicity, 2) corporate blackmail aimed at create adverse economic conditions for society (for example, invalidation of transactions entered into by him, the suspension of the company, the failure of the planned contracts). The object of the attack may be not only property relations, but also goodwill economic society, and 3) to compel a corporate blackmailers is the most joint-stock company, its management, other shareholders to buy shares owned by blackmailers in exchange for a cessation of activity that is harmful to society, 4) from a formal point of view of corporate blackmailers are not violations of legislation. Corporate blackmailers, exercise the rights accorded to them by the Federal Law of 26 December 1995 "On Joint Stock Companies" (hereinafter – the Companies Act), but realize them to a company of adverse effects.