A. 5, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1
B. 4, 6, 3, 2, 1, 5
C. 1, 3, 2, 4, 6, 5
D. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
a. understandably, high profile business barons have begun lobbying for a change in SEBI’s takeover code.
b. This flies in the face of the logic.
c. Promoters are not required to hold 100 percent equity in a company to control it.
d. One of the suggestions is that raiders should be asked to make an open offer for 100 percent of the target’s equity, not just 20 percent.
e. Why should raiders be asked to do so?
f. Besides, it would become prohibitively expensive for potential predators to dislodge managements, regardless of their performance, and be a body blow to shareholders democracy.
A. In considering fiscal sponsorship, it may be very valuable to first discuss this option with a knowledgeable expert and have an attorney review any contract.
B. In this contract, all of the ownership of your project may be transferred to the fiscal sponsor, so you need to understand and protect your rights regarding how to get such rights back to a new nonprofit under your management.
C. Fiscal sponsorship done right may be a great option, but it is often done wrong – and that may lead to trouble.
D. A small investment up front towards establishing and understanding a solid fiscal sponsorship agreement can provide you with the assurance and confidence to concentrate on creating social change rather than dealing with future disputes and investigations.
Arrange the below given sentences A, B, C, D between sentences 1 and 6, to form a logical sequence of six sentences.
1. If the plan is being rolled out with no input, then it is crucial for the department heads to consider the expected response from their teams, and to ensure the potential issues.
A. If unexpected issues are raised, it is critical to research these issues and respond to them.
B. Information that provides confidence in this result is essential to provide, and an inclusive, enthusiastic, confident tenor of the meeting is important.
C. However, the key is to effectively demonstrate how the plan is in the interest of each department, in particular, the growth of the company
D. However, it is much more than one roll out meeting, or several roll out meetings.
6. Implementation includes the informal discussions in the hall, during chance encounters, in regular meetings.