Tag Archives: Corporate Governance

Potential Regulatory Relief – Financial CHOICE Act 2.0

The CHOICE Act is designed to rewrite many of the rules and provisions contained in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protect Act (“Dodd-Frank”). The proposed legislation was passed on a party-line vote of 34-26 and has advanced to the full House for a vote at some future date. The legislation is expected to pass the House due to its Republican majority. Continue reading

2016 ISS Policy Survey

On August 4, 2015, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) released its annual policy survey for the 2016 proxy voting season. The survey encompasses its global proxy voting policies across all potential topic areas. The responses elicited from the survey are used … Continue reading

Conference on Income Inequality, Corporate Governance and Executive Compensation

Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, LLP with the Conference Board, will be hosting a conference on Income Inequality, focusing on Corporate Governance/Executive Compensation and what US Public Companies should understand about the data and the public debate.  Ira Kay, Managing … Continue reading

Executive Compensation Governance-Chapter 8 Summary

The need for appropriate corporate governance practices and an objective approach to managing pay programs is greater than ever. Continue reading

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