Governance Arbitrage
The Book

Governance Arbitrage

Radical governance model change is needed to maximize the full asset value of public company boards. This unique and first of its kind book is decidedly not just another corporate governance tome. Instead, think of it as an investment thesis and memorandum with a radical prescription for driving performance and long-term shareholder value higher at public companies. When a company has assets that are undervalued and/or underperforming, an…
The Author

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. He has been a frequent guest lecturer at Harvard University and is a Visiting Professor at York University in Toronto. Wolfe is a graduate of Clemson University,…
Henry D. Wolfe
News & Reviews

Article published in ValueWalk:

Public Company Boards: Hidden And Undervalued Assets?

Interview aired with The Contrarian Investor Podcast:

Governance Arbitrage, with Henry D. Wolfe

Article published in ValueWalk:

The Real Problem is the Public Company Governance Model

Review published in Wall Street News Network:

Blowing Up the Public Company Governance Model to Maximize Long-Term Shareholder Value

Article published in The Conference Board blog:

The Public Company Governance Model—In Dire Need of Radical Change

Article published in ValueWalk:

Bed Bath & Beyond: A Governance Model Clarion Call?

Article published in Corporate Compliance Insights:

Focus on Competence, Not Independence to Solve the Problem with Director Selection at Public Companies

Article published in ValueWalk:

We DO Need to Maximize Shareholder Value. Here’s Why.