Since 1995, Mr. McRitchie has published one of the Internet’s most comprehensive sites on the subject of corporate governance. The site has resulted in dialog and cooperative initiatives with pension funds, corporate directors, labor leaders, proxy advisors, money managers, authors, academics, and hundreds of individual investors. A 1998 Pensions & Investments article credited CorpGov.net with being “huge” in “helping shareholders win increasing control over America’s corporate boardrooms.” CorpGov.net was named one of 25 best business law blogs in 2010 and 2011 by LexisNexis.
Jim’s 2002 petition with Les Greenberg “re-energized” the debate over shareowner access to the proxy with respect to nominating corporate directors, according to the Council of Institutional Investors. In 2010 McRitchie was named one of the Directorship 100, a who’s who in the American corporate governance community, by the National Association of Corporate Directors as one of the most renowned boardroom influentials who merit serious attention, by virtue of what they do and how they do it. In 2011 he was named NACD Directorship 100: People to Watch.
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