CamberView Partners Announces Ken Bertsch is Appointed Executive Director of the Council of Institutional Investors
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — CamberView Partners, LLC, the leading source of independent, investor-led advice for public companies, announces that Ken Bertsch, formerly head of CamberView’s New York office, has been appointed Executive Director of the Council of Institutional Investors (CII) and will be leaving the firm.
We wish our good friend and colleague Ken Bertsch well in his new role heading CII, the country’s leading investor organization dedicated to effective corporate governance and shareholder rights. Ken has played an important role in CamberView’s ascent as the leading independent advisor to boards and management teams of public companies on corporate governance, investor engagement and shareholder activism matters. Ken’s appointment to head one of the most important investor organizations in the country is a reflection of his deep expertise and knowledge in the field of corporate governance and his respect within the investor community.
“Ken is and has been an immensely talented professional and leader in the world of corporate governance. He has made significant contributions to our team and clients during the rapid growth of CamberView and, we are certain, will continue to be a key thought leader in his new role at CII,” Mr. Friedman said.
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CamberView Partners is the leading source of independent, investor-led advice for management and boards of public companies on how to succeed with investors. CamberView helps clients interact with investors from a position of strength and stay ahead of potential issues. When faced with a challenge, CamberView develops the playbook clients use to win contested situations and difficult shareholder votes. CamberView designs specific engagement strategies tailored to each investor and proxy advisor; crafts proxy materials that build shareholder support; develops messaging that resonates with critical decision-makers; instructs companies on how to avoid common mistakes; and coordinates among clients’ advisors to deliver success.