Henry D. Wolfe

Henry D. Wolfe is a private investor who has been an active catalyst for the creation of substantial value for shareholders in a variety of industry situations, both public and private. A graduate of Clemson University, where he was a member of the Clemson rugby team and served as its captain, Henry has been a frequent guest lecturer at Harvard University and is a Visiting Professor at York University in Toronto.

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What’s wrong with director selection at public companies? Looking through the lens of GE’s board composition and recent struggles, Henry D. Wolfe explains that we are often looking at the wrong criteria for board selection. The public company governance model in regard to company performance and value maximization is, at best, suboptimal. This includes, but is not limited to, director selection criteria....

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