I once heard that, when it comes to a garden-variety executive at public companies, protecting shareholder value was the last thing brought up at meetings, if it was brought up at all. Jay Garnett, CEO of Experion Holdings (EXP.V) doesn’t follow that mold.
In August, Garnett wrote a letter to shareholders outlining the company’s strengths, explaining the reasoning behind recent decisions and plotting the path forward. He says he plans on continuing this tradition going forward as a way of letting shareholders know they’re never far from his mind.
Tune in to the latest episode of Equity.Guru’s A Closer Look to hear his views on the ongoing sector-wide slump, the importance of measured growth and amalgamation in 2020.
Full disclosure: Experion Biotechnologies is an Equity.guru marketing client.
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