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CEO Compensation in the Largest US Companies

Reprinted from Chief Executive Officer Magazine - Volume 1 2018

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Are US CEOs overpaid? Bob Romanchek, senior partner at the executive compensation consulting firm Meridian Compensation Partners, adds clarity to the issue by looking at the components of pay, the historic levels of total pay opportunity and the critical relationship…

Setting Goals to Incent High Performance

As seen in the 3rd Quarter 2018 issue of Bank Director

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High-performing banks define and execute their strategic vision by clearly articulating what they want to achieve and how they will do it. The old adage, “what gets measured, gets done”, is true when it comes to incentive plans. Companies that…

ISS Evaluation of Director Pay Could Lead to Negative Vote Recommendation on Select Board Members in 2019

Beginning this proxy season, Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) began to examine the reasonableness of non-employee director pay. The outcome of this examination could lead ISS to issue a negative vote recommendation on incumbent directors serving on the board committee responsible for setting director pay who are standing for election in 2019.

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Under its new proxy voting policy on non-employee director compensation, ISS will generally recommend shareholders vote AGAINST members of the board committee that are responsible for approving or setting non-employee director (NED) compensation if there is a pattern (i.e., 2…

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