Monthly Archives: June 2015

Examining the Superstar Effect of CEO Pay

Ira Kay quoted in this week’s Agenda week. “It’s ironic that 20 years ago, when CEO pay was lower, corporate governance was far worse, with fewer lead directors and more poison pills.” Click here to be redirected to the full … Continue reading

Why SEC’s Latest Comp Disclosure Proposal Is Flawed

Ira Kay and Blaine Martin recently created a report explaining why the SEC’s “compensation actually paid” disclosure proposal will be difficult for shareholders to compare with metrics for total shareholder return. Please click here to be taken to the Agenda … Continue reading

Does the SEC’s New “Compensation Actually Paid” (“CAP”) Help Shareholders Accurately Assess Pay-For-Performance?

On April 29, 2015, the SEC released proposed rules on public company pay-for-performance disclosure mandated under the Dodd-Frank Act. Pay Governance has analyzed the proposed rules and the implications for our clients’ proxy disclosures and pay-for-performance explanations to investors. We are concerned about the validity of describing a company’s pay-for-performance alignment using the disclosure mandated under the SEC’s proposed rules, and its implications for Say on Pay votes. Continue reading

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