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Employment History

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Glenborough Realty Trust Incorporated

President From Inception Through September

Glenborough Realty Trust Incorporated

President

California Public Utilities Commission

Chairman

California Public Utilities Commission

Affiliations

Board Member
Glenborough Realty Trust Incorporated

Member
California Public Utilities Commission

Web References (35 Total References)


Inside Bay Area - Event to honor women of excellence

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Robert Batinovich, founder and chairman of the board of Directors of Glenborough Realty Trust Inc., won the coveted Frances Bohannon Nelson Legacy Award for being an outstanding achiever in business, government and charitable activities.


Robert Batinovich has served ...

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Robert Batinovich has served as Glenborough's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer since Glenborough began operations on December 31 , 1995.Mr. Batinovich also served as Glenborough's President from inception through September 1997.He also was the founder of Glenborough Corporation and certain of its affiliates , and has been engaged in real estate investment and management , and corporate finance , since 1970.He served as President , Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Glenborough Corporation from its formation in 1978 until its consolidation and merger with Glenborough on December 31 , 1995.Mr. Batinovich served as a member of the California Public Utilities Commission from 1975 to 1979 , serving as its President the last three years.Mr. Batinovich's business background includes seven years as an executive with Norris Industries , and managing and/or owning manufacturing , vending and service companies and a national bank , and providing investment consulting to businesses and individuals.He has served on a number of governmental commissions and participated in a variety of policy research efforts sponsored by government bodies and universities.


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0001007544 BATINOVICH ROBERT C/O GLENBOROUGH REALTY TRUST 400 SOUTH EL CAMINO REAL SUITE 1100 SAN MATEO CA 94402 1 0 0 0


Definitive Proxy Statment

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Robert Batinovich has served as Glenborough's Chairman since Glenborough began operations on December 31, 1995.Mr. Batinovich also served as Chief Executive Officer from December 31, 1995 to July 31, 2003 and President from inception through September 1997.He also was the founder of Glenborough Corporation and certain of its affiliates, and served as its President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman from its formation in 1978 until its consolidation and merger with Glenborough on December 31, 1995.He has been engaged in real estate investment and management, and corporate finance, since 1970.Mr. Batinovich served as a member of the California Public Utilities Commission from 1975 to 1979, serving as its President the last three years.Mr. Batinovich's business background includes seven years as an executive with Norris Industries, and managing and/or owning manufacturing, vending and service companies and a national bank, and providing investment consulting to businesses and individuals.He is active in a number of local and regional charitable organizations, and has served on a number of governmental commissions and participated in a variety of policy research efforts sponsored by government bodies and universities.


FundaciĆ³n Azteca America

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Another solution has been advanced for three decades by Robert Batinovich, a California businessman who promoted innovative approaches to regulation when he was chairman of the California Public Utilities Commission in the 1970's.Mr. Batinovich, now chairman of Glenborough Realty Trust in San Mateo, Calif., suggested exempting regulated monopolies from the corporate income tax."It's just a disguised consumption tax, just another way to take from the little guy," he said.

But he said that if governments wanted to raise money from regulated utilities, it would be easier just to add a tax, similar to a sales tax, to monthly bills and require that all that money be turned over.

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