Current Pay Governance Viewpoints
Jon Weinstein, Ira T. Kay and Eric Marquardt
We are pleased to bring you our collaboration with NYSE Governance Services and Corporate Board Member: A 2013 Opinion Survey of Compensation Committee Members. Read More
The Impact of ISS “Qualitative” Factors on ISS “FOR” and “AGAINST” Recommendations and Say on Pay VotesBy Jon Weinstein, Ira T. Kay, John R. Sinkular, Blaine Martin and Brian Johnson
Say on pay (SOP) vote results continue to indicate that shareholders seem to be endorsing the executive pay model. Read More
Stephen J. Pakela, Brian S. Scheiring and Mike Grasso
A Pay Governance study of executive compensation programs at 175 publicly-traded manufacturing companies reveals that, despite a “rust belt” reputation, companies in this sector are employing not only contemporary program designs, but also leading edge solutions for ensuring pay and performance alignment. Read More
Team Member Highlight
- Christine Oberholzer Skizas Partner | Chicago
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Christine is a Partner at Pay Governance. She has been consulting with clients across industries to strategize and develop executive compensation philosophies for senior executives for more than ten years. Her areas of expertise include compensation strategy, short- and long-term incentives, including traditional and alternative delivery vehicles, and transaction-related engagements.
Prior to joining Pay Governance as a Partner, Christine served as the Group Leader of Towers Watson's Chicago Executive Compensation practice. In this role, in addition to managing the Chicago team, Christine advised Boards and Compensation Committees of public and private entities with regard to their executive compensation programs. Christine assisted directors, CEOs and senior human resources executives in the review and establishment of compensation strategies and programs for executives.
Prior to joining Towers Perrin, Christine managed the compensation consulting practice of a boutique national real estate advisory firm. Christine's professional career began in Arthur Andersen's Business Consulting division as a member of the Financial Services Industry practice. Christine assisted clients with the assessment, design and implementation of various operational strategies ranging from consumer lending to customer care. While at Andersen, Christine's clients consisted of some of the largest financial services institutions in the country.
Christine is a former chair of the Total Rewards Interest Group of the Human Resources Management Association of Chicago.
Christine, a graduate of The University of Notre Dame, received a B.B.A degree in Finance and Business Economics with a concentration in International Business.