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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.
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.
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Return on invested capital (ROIC) is a complicated and often controversial performance metric for executive incentive plans. Read more
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To date, 164 Russell 3000 companies have held Say on Pay votes in 2017 with the average vote result of 92.5%. 3 companies (1.8%) have failed Say on Pay thus far… Read more