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October 24-27, 2016
Speak: Hot Topics in Executive Compensation”
at the October 24-27th NASPP Conference
Forum on November 10th
in San Francisco.
shareholder proposal trends and proxy advisor scrutiny
around pay for performance and equity approval.”
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November 1-2, 2016
2016 Say on Pay Results
Semler Brossy provides a comprehensive Say on Pay report bi-weekly during proxy season covering the Russell 3000. Not only do we provide the most recent results but we also detail complete year over year analyses and the impact of proxy advisors on vote results. These reports also contain rotating topics that detail developing trends related to the proxy season and Say on Pay.
The latest research, writings, reporting, studies and opinion on executive compensation.
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Activists at the Gate of Executive Pay
This article by Roger Brossy and Blair Jones speaks to why activists are concerned with executive pay and what boards and their compensation committees should be doing now to respond to these concerns.
We are highly experienced executive compensation consultants who translate a deeper, broader understanding of each client’s situation into uniquely effective solutions.
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News / EventsBlair Jones to Speak at Conference Board's Executive Compensation Conference November 1-2John Borneman to Speak at Equilar Compensation Forum November 10Blair Jones to Speak at the 24th Annual NASPP Conference and Exhibition
Board Oversight of Executive Pay: A Fresh Approach
Executive pay has long been in the spotlight for shareholders, boards, management teams, and commentators alike. More recently, the connection of executive pay… Read more
Report Update: Failure Rate Remains at Lowest Level Since 2011 – Including our Special Topic: Revisiting an Breakdown of Proxy Access Votes
To date, 1,864 Russell 3000 companies have held Say on Pay votes and 93% have passed with above 70% support. 31 companies (1.7%) have failed Say on Pay thus far… Read more
When Did Long-term Incentives Become So Short-term?
Many leaders in the business, academic, and investment communities have been lamenting corporations’ increasingly short-term focus. Read more