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Preventative Care for Executive Compensation Programs

Reprinted from the May/June 2018 issue of NACD Directorship magazine

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In many cases, U.S. public companies receive a high level of support from shareholders for their annual advisory vote on the executive compensation program. Based on these results, companies often conclude there is no need to make any material changes…

Avoiding Action on Director Pay

How boards can protect themselves against scrutiny - From C-Suite Magazine, an Equilar publication - Issue 26, Winter 2018

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A wave of lawsuits surrounding director compensation surfaced a couple of years ago, often alleging “excessive” pay for boards of directors on a variety of grounds. Because boards set their own pay levels, there are potential legal ramifications due to…

Director Pay Rises 20% in Five Years, Driven by Equity Awards

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REDWOOD CITY, CA (October 18, 2017) — Annual compensation for boards of directors at the largest U.S. public companies has risen nearly 20% over the past five years, according to a new report from Equilar, Director Pay Trends, which features…