Webinar highlights include: A market overview of performance-metrics data across short- and long-term incentive plans, discussions around building rigorous performance-based incentive plans, and how proxy advisors and investors assess rigor and a look into proxy disclosure trends regarding performance-based pay and metrics. Read More
Current Pay Governance Viewpoints
Stephen J. Pakela
John R. Ellerman
On June 30, 2014, the SEC issued a Staff Legal Bulletin (referred to as “SLB 20”) which provides guidance regarding the responsibilities of investment advisers and proxy advisory firms with respect to the voting of corporate proxies. Read More
Jon Weinstein, Chris Brindisi and Blaine Martin
In the three years that U.S. public companies have held non-binding Say on Pay (SOP) votes under the Dodd Frank Act, compensation committees, compensation advisors, and financial regulators have seen the clout of Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) increase dramatically in the executive compensation arena. Read More
Bentham W. Stradley
For the past several years, executive compensation policies and practices have been under intense scrutiny by lawmakers, the media and governance experts. Read More
Team Member Highlight
- Jon Weinstein Partner | Philadelphia
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Jon Weinstein is a Partner in Pay Governance's Philadelphia Office and works extensively in advising Compensation Committees and senior management teams at premier companies in the development of effective, creative and pragmatic executive incentive pay systems and arrangements. In his nearly 18 years as an executive compensation practitioner, Jon has been involved in a wide range of projects to align companies' executive reward programs with their business strategies and has a particular expertise in the areas of corporate governance and long-term incentive plan design. Jon's client base centers on Fortune 1000 companies, with a particular focus on companies in the energy, financial services and insurance industry sectors.
Before joining Pay Governance, Jon was the Executive Compensation Business Leader for Towers Watson's East Division responsible for approximately 100 global executive compensation practitioners. Prior to its merger with Watson Wyatt, Jon served on Towers Perrin's Audit Committee of the Board of Directors for several years. Prior to joining Towers, Jon served as Chief of Staff to Philadelphia City Councilman W. Thacher Longstreth.
Jon has been a guest speaker on compensation issues to governance, industry, academic, and human resources groups such as the National Association of Corporate Directors and WorldatWork.
Jon graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an honors major in English. He graduated summa cum laude and was elected Phi Beta Kappa. He received an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he made Director's list.