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Long-Term Incentives: Compensation Committee Challenges

Inside America’s Boardrooms is a weekly web show that features board members and governance experts with varying perspectives and board committee experience hosted by TK Kerstetter.

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While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has brought some positives to the economy and certainly to select individuals, it has also brought some challenges to compensation committees as they try to figure out the correct balance for long-term incentives…

The Pros, Cons, and Misperceptions about TSR

Watch Meridian Partner Annette Leckie discuss these issues for the NYSE Board Governance Series.

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Watch Annette Leckie, Partner, discuss myths about total shareholder return (TSR) and the benefits and concerns of using this long-term incentive measure with Deborah Scally of the NYSE Board Governance Series.

When Constituency Compensation Expectations Collide

NYSE Board Governance Series: Discussion Of Relative Performance, Peer/industry Indices, and Regulatory Issues for Financial Institutions

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Members of the banking industry–and other regulated industries–have different expectations than members of other industries when it comes to executive compensation consulting. Watch Meridian Compensation Partners’ Susan O’Donnell sit down with TK Kerstetter of the NYSE Governance Series to discuss…

Long-Term Compensation Plans

The Board’s Use of Incentives to Align Management’s Interests with Long-Term Value Creation

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For many companies, performance-based shares are the form of long-term compensation that makes the most sense. However, not every company will find this to be the case. Ryan Harvey, Partner, discusses both of these scenarios in this video from NACD…

Pay for Performance

Multiple Approaches Boards Can Utilize To Align Pay With Performance

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Meridian Compensation Partners’ Jamie McGough breaks down pay for performance and what factors companies should be looking at when they make pay for performance decisions. Performance should be measured differently for different industries, with some putting more importance on profitability…