NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Morrow Sodali today announced that industry veteran Paul Schulman has joined the firm as Managing Director and Co-Head of its M&A and Activism Advisory Group. With more than 25 years of experience in the space, Paul joins Morrow Sodali from MacKenzie Partners, where he was Managing Director. Paul has developed a reputation as a leading advisor in friendly and contested M&A, privatizations, hostile takeovers, proxy contests, shareholder activism defense and complex corporate governance and compensation issues. At MacKenzie, Paul advised clients in many of the largest proxy fights, including Procter & Gamble/Trian and the contested Dell privatization transaction. Paul will work alongside Michael Verrechia, Managing Director and Co-Head of the M&A and Activism Advisory Group, to drive successful outcomes for Morrow Sodali’s clients.
“We are excited to have Paul join the team. I’ve known Paul for many years as a leading and trusted advisor in the industry and I look forward to working together as we continue to grow our business,” commented Ron Knox, CEO, Morrow Sodali US.
Paul Schulman added, “I’m eager to be a part of the Morrow Sodali team and believe their global platform, depth of resources and extensive experience in the industry ensures that we will serve both new and existing clients in the most complex transactions and contested situations.”
“As an industry veteran, Paul’s hands-on experience in many of the most complex activism events and M&A transactions will elevate Morrow Sodali’s position to a top tier advisor in the space. I’m very pleased to have him join the team and look forward to working with him moving forward,” added Michael Verrechia.
Paul will be based in Morrow Sodali’s New York headquarters. The M&A and Activism Advisory Group provides guidance to clients across global markets to effectively anticipate, prepare and respond to shareholder demands.
About Morrow Sodali
Morrow Sodali is a leading provider of strategic advice and shareholder services to corporate clients around the world. The firm provides corporate boards and executives with strategic advice and services relating to corporate governance, shareholder and bondholder communication and engagement, capital markets intelligence, proxy solicitation, shareholder activism and mergers and acquisitions.
From headquarters in New York and London, and offices and partners in major capital markets, Morrow Sodali 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, ETFs, stock exchanges and membership associations.
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