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Week of January 16, 2017
This quarter we focus on
SHORT-TERMISM |
Is compensation design contributing to short-termism?

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THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Women on Boards and Financial Performance
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A new study found that companies with three or more women on their board saw greater gains in earnings per share and return on equity than companies with no women on their boards over the same period of time. Related studies have hypothesized that this superior performance may derive from better... Read more
How Will the SEC Change Under Trump's Picks to Lead It?
Brian Miller, chair of the securities litigation practice at Akerman LLP, expects the Trump-appointed SEC chairman to shift the agency toward a less regulatory bent and focus more on capital formation. Miller points to SEC chairman nominee Jay Clayton's professional background along with comments... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

2016 Top 250 Report
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UK: BlackRock Renews Call for Cos to Link Executive Pay to Performance
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CEO Bonus Payouts Vary Amid Mixed 2016 Performance
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Women on Boards and Financial Performance
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Proxy Access Reaches the Tipping Point
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Short-Termism and Shareholder Payouts: Getting Corporate Capital Flows Right
How Institutional Investor Objectives Affect Firm Valuation and Governance