Golden share but no veto rights: how Tony’s Chocolonely hopes to future-proof its mission

ANALYSIS: Chocolate social enterprise Tony’s Chocolonely has a new legal structure to safeguard its mission, which it claims is a model for other impact companies to follow. Could its “mission guardians” be the answer for enterprises that aim to protect their integrity in perpetuity? We investigate.



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