26 Apr 2022 • Morrow Sodali • Press Releases MORROW SODALI SECURES MAJORITY INVESTMENT FROM TPG GROWTH
Investment to Drive Growth and Expansion as Morrow Sodali Celebrates 50th Anniversary “Building Together”
22 Apr 2022 • BoardIQ • Articles Closed-end Fund Boards Should Brace for Heightened Activism
In this piece Steve Messinger makes the case why Closed-end Fund Boards should brace for heightened activism.
31 Mar 2022 • The Wall Street Journal • Articles SEC Proposes New Disclosure Requirements for SPACs
Federal regulators proposed a bevy of new requirements for SPACs that would make it harder for SPACs to raise money from investors and execute mergers.
23 Mar 2022 • Morrow Sodali • Press Releases ENZO QUATTROCIOCCHE, FORMER SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE EBRD, JOINS MORROW SODALI AS A SENIOR ADVISOR
Morrow Sodali, the global investor engagement and governance consulting firm, announces the appointment of Enzo Quattrociocche as Senior Advisor.
12 Mar 2022 • Milano Finanza • Articles The dream board
More skills, more diversity (not just gender) and more space for minority shareholders. How Morrow Sodali and AmCham Italy see the executives of the future.
07 Mar 2022 • La Informacion • Articles Shareholder activism in 2022 in the Spanish market: Climate change, diversity and remuneration
Climate change will be at the forefront of shareholders' activism during the 2022 Spanish AGMs as well as salaries and diversity on boards.
06 Mar 2022 • Radio WTVB • Articles Japan Inc feels the heat over Russia ties as Western rivals shun Moscow
Read about how Japanese firms are becoming more responsive to pressure on social issues as a consequence of the current Russia-Ukraine conflict.
02 Mar 2022 • Il Sole 24 Ore • Articles Board of directors, the funds promote Italy, and yet it can still improve
The shareholders' campaign: a mix of skills and experience is the priority for institutional investors at the board elections.
22 Feb 2022 • Agenda • Articles ISS Issues New Criteria to Grade Companies on Pay Disclosures
The ISS yearly update put additional pressure on boards to be responsive and provide investors with more disclosures about how executives are compensated.