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Week of July 10, 2017
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Executive Pay: Why Transform Pay?

THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Shareholders Show Strong Preference for Annual Say on Pay Votes 
Hunton & Williams Partner Scott Kimpel reports that an analysis of Russell 3000 proxy votes released so far in 2017 shows that shareholders are increasingly voting for Say on Pay votes to be held annually. For most companies, the 2017 proxy season is the first time shareholders have voted on Say on... Read more
US Bank CEOs Earn Up to Three Times More Than Rivals
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According to a study by analysts at Bernstein, US bank chief executives have been paid an average of three times as much as peers around the world since 2004. The report examined chief executive pay across 25 banks in the U.S., Europe, and Asia for the past 13 years. Last year, U.S. CEOs earned... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

US Bank CEOs Earn Up to Three Times More Than Rivals
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Proxy Season Wraps Up With Aggressive Investor Actions
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Companies May End Up Revealing Big Pay Gaps Between CEOs and Workers
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2017 Proxy Season Review

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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

SEC Lets More Companies Ignore Shareholder Proposals
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The Key to Board Culture
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From Critics + Commentators

Better Ways to Measure Your Boss’s Pay
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Value Investing and CEO Churn
How To Solve Problems of Misaligned Executive Pay
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