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Week of April 1, 2019
New Video
Mark Emanuel and Barry Sullivan discuss short-termism in “Share buybacks: help or hinder?”
New Calpers Comp Analysis to Hold Directors' Feet to the Fire
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The nation's largest pension fund, Calpers, is adjusting its quantitative pay-for-performance methodology to increase its oversight of Compensation Committees at portfolio companies, according to a recent article. The article claims that the fund is changing its CEO realizable pay analysis from a... Read more
Using EVA in Pay-for-Performance Analysis
A recent memo from Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) discusses how the use of Economic Value Added (EVA) concepts may better help shareholders assess a company's pay and performance alignment. According to the memo, EVA is directly linked to a company's business fundamentals and financial... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Using EVA in Pay-for-Performance Analysis
Companies Do Better When They Tie Outgoing CEOs to Keeping Stock
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Proxy Preview 2019
Who Should the Company's Hedging Policy Cover
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ESG Funds Rejected Climate Proposals
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From Critics + Commentators

SERPs—One Size Does Not Fit All
CEO Pay Is Out of Control, and There’s No Justification for It
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