We share eight takeaways from Equilar’s Compensation Committee Forum in New York City. What should be on your committee’s agenda?
This 8th Annual, three-day Summit will explore the interrelated issues around Say on Pay, pay for performance, shareholder outreach, and executive pay regulations.
Taking place in Dallas, this one-day program will address investor and activist expectations for boards, provide tips on improving board succession, and help participants establish higher performance.
Equilar and Nasdaq are hosting a one-day program for compensation committee members, comp executives and management, which will guide attendees in making smart pay decisions and improving communication with shareholders.
Watch Now: The recent webcast titled, “Answering Investors’ Calls for Transparency,” outlines effective practices for shareholder engagement and the proxy statement. Special focus is given to topics like CEO pay and board composition.
Equilar, a leading provider of board intelligence solutions, will host a complimentary webinar (February 9) on board composition and succession. We outline the context for this important topic and share registration details.
Will this be the year that really moves the needle? We take a quick look at new data and diversity initiatives already in motion for 2017.
For the latest edition of Equilar’s C-Suite Magazine, our own TK Kerstetter takes an aerial look at the top board governance issues for this year. What will be on the 2017 board agenda?
With the 2017 proxy season upon us, we discuss best practices for communicating peer group selection and board composition.
Equilar recounts TK Kerstetter’s fireside session with veteran CEO Steve Odland at the September 2016 Board Leadership Forum. Topics span leadership, board diversity, and the battle against short-termism.
Equilar’s Compensation Committee Forum covered topics from regulatory updates to peer group selection and Say on Pay.
The Fall 2016 issue of C-Suite Magazine covers board refreshment, shareholder engagement and more. We give you a quick overview with article links.
In the latest issue of C-Suite Magazine, we suggest amendments to the Commonsense Corporate Governance Principles and share the reactions of key players who weren’t invited to the party.
Last week brought several opportunities for board members and investors to engage in open dialogue and assess the current landscape.
Why hasn’t more progress been made? We cover themes and insights presented at the SAIS Global Conference for Women in the Boardroom.
Now six years after the Dodd-Frank Act, we take a look at the effects of
“Say on Pay” on shareholder engagement.
The second edition of the Investors Board Performance Review is now available for viewing.
In the latest issue of C-Suite Magazine, we discuss two universal issues that are looming large over corporate boards.
Introducing the Investors Board Performance Review, where influential institutional investors and proxy advisors share their views on how corporate boards are performing in the boardroom.
After a year of filming, Inside America’s Boardrooms reaches 50 episodes. We take a look at our most popular topics and guests.
We visit the pros and cons of the SEC’s support for the universal ballot.
A roundtable discussion with three industry leaders shows us why boards and CEOs are never too old to learn.
David Chun, CEO at Equilar, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Future Boardroom Issues That Will Challenge Directors.