Abano board hits back at dissident shareholders

Thu, 10 Apr 2014

By Pattrick Smellie April 10 (BusinessDesk) – Abano Healthcare chairman Trevor Janes has hit back at rebel shareholders calling for his resignation, rubbishing claims he was not independent and accusing his attackers of a campaign of “selective, deceptive, and misleading” comments. Healthcare Industry and Steamboat Capital, which jointly hold some 19 percent of Abano shares, are behind the attempt to oust Janes by re-running part of the Nov 26 annual meeting, claiming Janes was not an “independent” director as claimed. HIL is associated with...

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