John Wilcox is the President of Sodali, a company specializing in corporate governance, capital markets regulation and communication with the investors. Sodali is a consulting company, part of the GWM Group, serving companies listed on mainland Europe, Asia, Latin America and other markets. The objective of Sodali is to help companies anticipate, understand and manage the expectations of investors, minority shareholders and financial markets. The company has offices in 7 countries, including New York, Sao Paulo and Tokyo, and operates in 19 countries around the world.
John Wilcox is currently a trustee of the Committee for Economic Development, a trustee of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and co-chairman of ShareOwners.Org. His career is full of prestigious collaborations with famous international companies such as the Georgeson & Company and Corporate Governance TIAA-CREF. He is also a member of several Boards and author of treatises on the proxy voting and on communication with shareholders. His articles have been published on The London Financial Times, The New York Times, The New York Law Journal and many others.
In an International company as Sodali, is very important that the board competencies can be distributed among the Board Members. Also fundamental are the experience and professionalism of each member and a good corporate management. Besides John Wilcox, among Board Members, there are: Moroello Diaz della Vittoria Pallavicini, Giampietro Nattino, Enrique Perez-Ruiz Hernnádez y-Falcó and Leo Goldschmidt.
The team of Sodali is composed by professionals associates and skilled, with several expertise in business practices and law. Their aim is to always provide high quality services, helping companies to manage their relationships with investors to avoid conflicts of interest and achieve the business goals. Sodali is a global leader in corporate governance consulting, in shareholder transactions and in relationships with institutional investors. Sodali is concerned to managing demands and the expectations of investors, as well the objectives of each company.