Pay Governance LLC is an independent firm that serves as a trusted advisor on executive compensation matters.
Our work helps to ensure that our clients' executive rewards programs are strongly aligned with performance and
supportive of appropriate corporate governance practices.
Patrick Haggerty and Ira Kay authored an article in this quarter’s Ethical Boardroom. The article can be read by clicking on the link. https://ethicalboardroom.com/activist-shareholders-and-executive-compensation/ September 28, 2017
September 5, 2017 The Havard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation re-published a recent Viewpoint “The Evolution and Current State of Director Compensation Plans”. Click here to be redirected to their column.
May 15, 2017 – In the latest version of Equilar’s C-Suite magazine, Christine Skizas, partner in our Chicago office, is a contributor to the Spin Control article. Please click here to be redirected to the article. To receive the full … Continue reading →
May 9, 2017 – The Havard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation re-published our most recent Viewpoint “What You Are Likely to Hear in the Board Room”. Click here to be redirected to their column.
June 12-14, 2017 – Chicago, Illinois Swissotel 323 East Upper Wacker Drive Chicago, IL 60601 Ira Kay is a speaker on a panel the first day of the event. Point Counterpoint: Debating Compensation Practices A set of compensation consultants and … Continue reading →
March 1, 2017 – The Havard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation re-published our most recent Viewpoint “Is a “Target Range” Right for your Incentive Plan?”. Click here to be redirected to their column.
The Advisors’ Blog February 27th issue features our Viewpoint, “The Compensation Committee: What’s in a Name?”, by John England and Peter England. To qualify for the performance-based compensation exception under Section 162(m), payment of the compensation must meet several requirements, … Continue reading →
January 16, 2017 – The Havard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation re-published our most recent Viewpoint ” Effectively Administering a Relative TSR Program – Learning and Best Practices. Click here to be redirected to their column.
Very happy and rewarding day for the Pittsburgh crew. Today the Pay Governance Pittsburgh office contributed 12 frozen Turkeys to the Washington County City Mission in support to its drive to feed local families in need. This follows the team’s volunteering of time to serve meals to the Mission’s residents, contributing extra firm computers to the Mission’s Education and Training Center, and working to enhance this non-profit’s governance structure on a pro-bono basis.
2017 Leading Minds of Compensation, East featuring Diane Lerner, Managing Partner at Pay Governance
A new Equilar report featuring commentary from Pay Governance and Donnelley Financial Solutions analyzes the compensation discussion and analysis (CD&A) section of S&P 100 proxy statements over the last five years. With the average CD&A reaching nearly 10,000 words, the report revealed key strategies in how companies design and communicate pay practices by using alternative pay graphs, checklists and other visualizations that help draw investors to the most important information.
To be redirected to Equilar and download a copy of this important report, click here.
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October 4, 2016
Pay Governance Adds New West Coast Partner
Matt Quarles has joined the firm as a Partner. In this role, Quarles is responsible for working with clients across industries on a wide range of executive compensation issues. He will be based in Los Angeles and has nearly 20 years experience in the executive compensation consulting industry.
Pay Energy®, a new proprietary assessment tool developed by Pay Governance
Pay Energy®, a new proprietary assessment tool developed by Pay Governance LLC, helps companies consider the “drive, discipline and speed” inherent in current programs and in alternative designs that may be evaluated.
“The fundamental philosophy of executive compensation is to ‘attract, retain and motivate’ a talented management team. So it’s concerning when you hear incentive awards are just put in desk drawers until plans mature,” said Pay Governance managing partner John England.