Although Bill is retired, he remains an active investor and investment analyst. For 30 years, prior to 1981, he was a principal of Georgeson and Company, specialists in proxy solicitation and investor relations. A consultant to numerous states, Mr. Chatlos has appeared as an expert witness before state legislative committees regarding state takeover statutes, particularly in Idaho, Massachusetts, and Ohio. He has been a contributing writer to numerous books, including Experts in Action, The Handbook of Public Relations published by McGraw Hill and Investor Relations – The Company and its Owners, published by the American Management Association. He authored a chapter on “Inside Information and the Analyst” for the Financial Analyst Handbook. His article, “The SEC versus Investors on Tender Offers” appeared in the Harvard Business Review. During June and July of 1987, Bill toured China as a member of a governmental securities industry delegation.
He has been a member of the Investor Relations Association, Society of Professional Management Consultants, American Society of Corporate Secretaries, Association for Corporate Growth, Inc., and a founder and past president of the National Investor Relations Institute.
Mr. Chatlos was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Boston University; and he also attended the University of Pittsburgh, Ursinus College and New York Institute of Finance.