Morrow Sodali is the leading global consultancy providing comprehensive governance and shareholder services to corporate clients around the world. We provide companies and their board of directors with strategic advice and services in corporate governance, capital markets intelligence, shareholder communication and engagement, proxy solicitation, activism, and related ownership issues.
From headquarters in New York and London, and offices and partners in major capital markets, the firm serves more than 700 corporate clients in 40 countries, including many of the world’s largest multinational corporations. In addition to listed and private companies, its clients include mutual funds, stock exchanges, membership associations and activist investors.
and the management of the assignments
Morrow Sodali brings to every assignment an experienced team of researchers, transaction specialists, communications experts and relationship managers who work under the oversight of the senior management team.
○ Morrow Sodali’s senior management has long-standing experience in the industry and proven track-record in driving the business forward, anticipating market trends and efficiently delivering projects assigned.
○ The operational team is organized to cover the global investor base of our clients and is familiar with the inner workings of financial market systems, structures and back office arrangements.
○ The relationship managers have a consultancy background and linguistic skills and expertise of each market we cover.
A Morrow Sodali project team provides technical knowledge and practical skills essential to program implementation. The team blends expertise in global investment processes with working knowledge of the local culture, standards and business practices in each jurisdiction where Morrow Sodali clients are located.
The thorough dedication and extensive understanding of how to address global shareholder concerns with regards to the different procedures of the trading markets in which we operate supports our ambition to play a leadership role in helping companies aligning their governance practices to their shareholder requirements – tackling issues surrounding effective communication, transparency, cross border voting – that affect both companies and investors.