Stamford

Carl Genna Senior Director – Corporate Governance

About

Carl is a Senior Director and member of Morrow Sodali’s Corporate Governance Consulting Group.  He has over 20 years of experience in the industry and worked with the Corporate Governance Consulting Group for more than 10 years.  He has been involved in multiple proxy contests, tender offers, and other corporate control matters.  Each year Carl prepares numerous governance assessments and vote projections for corporate clients across a wide range of industries and market capitalizations; these assessments cover issues such as executive compensation, proxy access, independent board chairman, special meeting, and written consent.  In addition, he tracks institutional voting decisions and trends, as well as examines the governance backgrounds and methodologies of many money management firms.

Carl has presented before local chapters of the Society for Corporate Governance.  He previously was a team leader and senior member of the firm’s Stock Surveillance department.  In this capacity, he made presentations to senior management on ownership profile assessments and aberrant trading activity, such as the impact of quantitative money managers on stock price and trading volume.

About

Carl is a Senior Director and member of Morrow Sodali’s Corporate Governance Consulting Group.  He has over 20 years of experience in the industry and worked with the Corporate Governance Consulting Group for more than 10 years.  He has been involved in multiple proxy contests, tender offers, and other corporate control matters.  Each year Carl prepares numerous governance assessments and vote projections for corporate clients across a wide range of industries and market capitalizations; these assessments cover issues such as executive compensation, proxy access, independent board chairman, special meeting, and written consent.  In addition, he tracks institutional voting decisions and trends, as well as examines the governance backgrounds and methodologies of many money management firms.

Carl has presented before local chapters of the Society for Corporate Governance.  He previously was a team leader and senior member of the firm’s Stock Surveillance department.  In this capacity, he made presentations to senior management on ownership profile assessments and aberrant trading activity, such as the impact of quantitative money managers on stock price and trading volume.