Monthly Archives: May 2015

Pay Governance Speaking Events

Equilar and NASDAQ’s Compensation Committee Forum at the NASDAQ MarketSite October 27, 2015 New York, NY The Future of Long-Term Incentives: Key Considerations for Valuation, Equity Plan Reserves, and Holding Requirements A host of internal and external factors influence long-term … Continue reading

Shareholders Defeat Mandatory Deferral Proposal

Many large U.S. based multinational banking and financial services corporations have implemented executive compensation clawback policies that require the cancellation and forfeiture of unvested deferred cash awards or performance share unit awards. These policies typically condition the cancellation of deferred compensation if it is determined that an executive engaged in misconduct, including failure to supervise or monitor individuals engaging in inappropriate behaviors that caused harm to the organization’s operations. Continue reading

SEC Releases Proposed Pay for Performance Disclosure Rules

In this edition of Viewpoint, Pay Governance will discuss the proposed rules and the next steps companies should consider regarding pay for performance disclosure rules. The SEC intends that the pay for performance comparison will supplement the CEO pay ratio in providing shareholders with information to better assess executive pay for purposes of the shareholder advisory Say on Pay vote. Continue reading

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