Chief Policy Officer
Breaking Through the Proxy Maze: Winning Shareholder Votes Year Two of Say on Pay: Investors Had Great Expectations, Did Issuers Meet Them?
Bob oversees the analysis of 20,000 Proxy Paper research reports on shareholder meetings of public companies in 100 countries. Before joining Glass Lewis, Bob was the Director of Investment Proxy Research at Fidelity Investments where he managed the proxy voting of over 700 accounts, holding 5,000 global securities worth in excess of $1 trillion. Prior to joining Fidelity, Bob was a staff attorney at Keenan, Powers & Andrews and Prudential Securities, both in New York City.
Bob earned his law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law after graduating with honors from Providence College. He serves on the board of the Northern California Chapter of the NACD and the International Corporate Governance Network's Shareholder Rights committee. Bob frequently speaks at industry conferences and has appeared on NPR, Marketwatch.com, CNBC, Fox Business News, Business News Network, BBC, Swiss TV and Bloomberg television. Bob was named one of the 100 most influential people on corporate governance by Directorship magazine from 2008 through 2011. Bob was a panelist on the Public Consultation panel on Corporate Governance and the Financial Crisis at the OECD.
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