Please correct me if I am wrong, but one of the hallmarks of good companies is that they respond to and treat small and minority share investors well. Having attended a few AGMs and also having written to managements requesting information, I have found that companies which respond well and promptly are the ones who are eventually the best performers in my portfolio. I would like to also mention that in one particular packaging company that failed to respond to any queries I sent to the emails, I sold out the entire holding and am glad that I did. This was despite the fact that a very famous investor in India had a substantial stake in the company and had mentioned about it appreciatively in of his interviews. After my sale was complete, the stock crashed and reports of governance issues cropped up in websites like Moneylife about it. Not sure if I can mention the name of that company in this forum as I am relatively new here. But again, this is my personal opinion, and I would welcome views from other participants about small/minority investor relations with respect to the quality of management.