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Bayer investor criticizes Bayer chair for lack of initiative - WirtschaftsWoche

FILE PHOTO: Logo of Bayer AG at a plant of the German pharmaceutical and chemical maker in Wuppertal

FRANKFURT (Reuters) -The Bayer investor Union Investment criticized Bayers chair for a lack of engagement, such as exploring a spin-off of the companys consumer health division, according to an interview in WirtschaftsWoche.

Bayer is facing demands from activist investor Bluebell Capital Partners to break up, with a sale of the companys consumer health unit and, at a later stage, for a separation of Bayers pharmaceuticals and agriculture businesses.

Bayer Chair Norbert Winkeljohann does seek dialogue with investors, but he should have initiated more, Markus Manns, portfolio manager at Union Investment, told WirtschaftsWoche.

It would definitely have been a matter for the supervisory board to help initiate a spin-off of Consumer Health, Manns added. He noted that chairs at competitors are much more engaged in creating value for shareholders.

Winkeljohann did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

A spokesperson for Bayer declined to comment on Union Investments position. But generally speaking we are always open to a constructive dialogue with our stakeholders, the spokesperson said.

(Reporting by Tom SimsEditing by Tomasz Janowski)

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