Investor Relations & Financial Communications

CTC Inc.

About Us

Bill Roberts

Co-founder and president of CTC, Inc., Bill has extensive experience in investor relations and corporate communications. For over 20 years, Bill served as head of the public/investor relations departments for two Fortune 500 and two Fortune 100 companies: Borg-Warner Corporation, Signode Corporation, Stauffer Chemical Company and Philips Industries.

Bill has published articles in the Public Relations Journal, conducted public relations seminars for the National Association of Manufacturers, and delivered numerous speeches before the Public Relations Society of America pertaining to crisis communications and investor relations. He also was co-founder of the National Association of Speech Writers.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Loyola University, Chicago, and has completed work toward an M.A. in Psychology and an M.B.A. at DePaul University. He has established an extensive professional network through client service and as a member of such organizations as the Public Relations Society of America, the National Investor Relations Institute, The International Association of Business Communicators and the Chicago Speechwriter's Forum. Additionally, Bill has been featured in Newsweek as one of the "Managers for the '90's."


Wayne Buckhout

As executive vice president, Wayne counsels clients on a wide range of investor communications matters based on his experience as a financial journalist and as a financial communications executive.

He joined CTC in 2001 from Cincinnati Bell, a Midwest telecommunications provider, where he was Director of Financial Communications in the investor relations group, reporting to the CEO and CFO. Wayne developed the investor relations strategy for Cincinnati Bell's spin-off IPO of Convergys Corp., wrote and produced award-winning annual reports, and managed Cincinnati Bell’s appearances at dozens of Wall Street conferences and events.

Earlier, Wayne was a financial writer and editor for two Ohio daily newspapers, the Cincinnati Enquirer and Columbus Citizen-Journal, while contributing to Business Week and The New York Times. Wayne holds degrees in economics and journalism from Syracuse University. He also completed M.B.A. program studies in finance, accounting and business statistics at the University of Cincinnati.