Voting rights of bondholders
Aug 09, 2013 A bondholders' representative. An issuer may nominate a representative for bondholders, so that they can act jointly, which will contribute to further protection of their rights.3 extremely powerful tool of institutional investors to effectively23 engage with the companys board of directors. 24 Generally bondholders do not have voting rights, and under US law, it is well established that without a states consent a company cannot grant voting rights upon its bondholders but, with consent, may be conferred, so long as the companys constitution does not prohibit it25. 26 Rights held by voting rights of bondholders
Voting, inspection and other rights of bondholders and debenture holders. The charter may confer voting and other stockholder rights upon the holders of any obligations of the corporation.