Critics of executive compensation suggest that CEO pay escalates because companies chase an ever-rising market median driven by comparisons to even larger peer companies and... Read More
Current Pay Governance Viewpoints
Lane T. Ringlee and Eric Marquardt
The third Say on Pay season is underway and Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) is continuing to exert its considerable influence on investors through its voting recommendations. Read More
Swiss Voters Go For Binding Say-on-Pay: Strenuous Compensation Restrictions To Be Imposed In Renown Free MarketBy Jon Weinstein
On March 3, 2013, voters in Switzerland made headlines by approving the Minder Initiative, giving shareholders far-reaching influence over the executive compensation and governance matters of publicly traded Swiss companies. Read More
Ira T. Kay
Our new research indicates that many large companies may receive high concern Read More
Team Member Highlight
- brian lane, consultant| Boston
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Brian Lane is a Consultant serving the Boston market for Pay Governance. He has over 7 years of experience working with Compensation Committees and Senior Management teams on executive compensation issues. Brian's clients encompass a variety of industries and steps in the business lifecycle. His work has covered all aspects of executive compensation including incentive plan design, aligning pay with organizational performance, and assessing the potential risks of pay program design.
Prior to joining Pay Governance Brian was a consultant with Towers Watson; working domestically, out of its Boston and Washington DC offices, and internationally, in its Hong Kong office.
Brian graduated with distinction from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, earning a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science and a Master of Science in Financial Mathematics.