2015 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.
2015 Equilar Executive
with Semler Brossy's Blair Jones as a featured speaker.
Each year, Equilar gathers together hundreds of executive
compensation and corporate governance professionals for a three-day, in-depth Executive Compensation Summit,
June 10-12, 2015.
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Using Long-Term Incentives as a Strategic Driver
A tailored and thoughtful approach to long-term incentives can be a valuable management tool—reinforcing for both executives and company stakeholders the company’s key performance imperatives.
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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Report Update: Four Additional Companies Fail Say on Pay—Featuring an Industry Breakdown of Say on Pay Votes
Our special topic this week features an industry breakdown of Say on Pay votes. We have examined vote results by GICS sector to identify how results have moved… Read more
How to Set Threshold and Maximum Payouts That Are Tailor-Made For Your Company
Compensation committees sometimes feel challenged by the task of setting targets for annual goals. Not only do they have to address the upside potential and… Read more
Report Update: Two Additional Companies with Support Below 50%—Featuring Trends in Mutual Fund Say on Pay Votes
Our topic this week features Trends in Mutual Fund Say on Pay Votes—we have analyzed Form N-PX filings from U.S. management investment companies over the past… Read more