For more than 30 years Fortune Magazine, in its Most Admired Company study, reported “Quality of Management” as the critical factor in valuation, customer and community standing, product acceptance and overall reputation. Notably, this falls directly on the CEO.
Now, with the rise in shareholder activism, CEOs and boards are subject – both as a group and as individuals – to mounting public scrutiny.
With broad experience in CEO succession, establishment of public posture and credibility of many leading chief executives, Torrenzano counts its work with CEOs among its strongest.
Similarly, with its intimate corporate governance knowledge gained through its long tenure with the world’s major stock markets and an array of financial services clients, the firm possesses expertise in critical board communications including: executive compensation, shareholder rights, proxy and other issues – hot-button issues culminating at shareholder meetings.
From contentious financial institution proxy fights to the annual meetings of Fortune corporations, Torrenzano executives work in collaboration with clients, play critical roles in addressing high-stakes issues