In this episode, Susan O’Donnell guides compensation committees through the consultant selection process. What criteria should boards be using to evaluate?
In this episode, Bob Romanchek discusses current trends in director compensation. Why have certain board and committee chair retainers advanced so quickly while others have not?
In this episode, Bob Romanchek explains how tax reform has impacted long-term incentive design. How are companies rethinking their use of relative TSR?
Mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act, the CEO pay ratio goes into effect this proxy season. We look at the current environment and best practices for disclosure.
In this episode, Bob Romanchek outlines five critical steps or subject-matter issues – from compensation plan inventory to proxy advisor review.
In this episode, Michael Steib shares how boards and management should approach discussions of human capital—and how that can translate to bottom-line success.
The latest issue of Corporate Board Member Magazine takes a deep dive on everything from ESG to activism. In this post, we share quotes from just a few of the Q3 articles.
Taking place in San Francisco, this one-day event (hosted by Equilar) is titled “Preparing for the 2018 Proxy Season.”
In this episode, Charles Tharp outlines best practices for structuring the CD&A and shares the tactics that successful boards are using.
In this blog, we share best practices for assessing and modifying your incentive plan. What are the Dos and Don’ts for compensation committees?
In this episode, Marc Ullman (Meridian Compensation Partners) outlines eight DOs and DON’Ts for compensation committees that are restructuring their incentive pay plans.
We share eight takeaways from Equilar’s Compensation Committee Forum in New York City. What should be on your committee’s agenda?
Jamie McGough, Partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… The Board’s Role Before, During & After an Acquisition.
This 8th Annual, three-day Summit will explore the interrelated issues around Say on Pay, pay for performance, shareholder outreach, and executive pay regulations.
Compensation committees face a full agenda in the first quarter of every new year. We outline four guiding perspectives or data points that all committees should consider as they set new compensation goals.
Equilar is 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.
The Society for Corporate Governance (New York Chapter) will host a roundtable discussion to further explore the impact of the Trump Administration on the boardroom.
Watch Now: PwC’s Governance Insights Center hosted a complimentary webcast to explore how President Trump’s priorities and policies will impact corporate governance.
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.
Matthew Isakson, Partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Compensation Committee Best Practices: Pay Increases & Goal-Setting.
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.
Cindy Fornelli, Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… Governance Challenges Boards Should Expect in 2017.
Frances Skinner, Compensation Committee Chair of Diamond Hill Investment Group, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… The Biggest Risks Facing Today’s Compensation Committees.
With increasing pressure from investors, the need for boards to communicate effectively has never been greater. Ron Schneider shares three ways boards can improve their proxy statements in 2017.
This blog takes a look at the fate of Dodd-Frank in the wake of Trump’s election. We share helpful articles, speculating which provisions will stay and which will go.
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.
Ethisphere’s recent panel on the CEO Pay Ratio outlines the challenges companies will face, including ratio calculation, media attention, and employee backlash.
In their latest webinar, Meridian Compensation Partners provides compensation committees with a comprehensive look at trends, influencers, and predictors in executive pay.
This blog is Part 2 in our series on compensation committees chairs. We identify the steps necessary for a smooth transition and outline action items for key players.
This blog is Part 1 in our series on compensation committee chairs. We discuss why rotating your compensation chair too quickly could impact your committee’s effectiveness.
Cameco’s Jim Curtiss discusses several trends that will continue to impact compensation committees in the months ahead.
Now six years after the Dodd-Frank Act, we take a look at the effects of
“Say on Pay” on shareholder engagement.
Michael Brittian, Partner with Meridian Compensation Partners joins host TK Kerstetter to outline… A Roadmap to Compensation Chair Succession & Transition.
Alan Guarino, Compensation Chair, The Chefs’ Warehouse, joins host TK Kerstetter to discuss… The Board’s Role in Overseeing Talent Development.
Phoebe Wood, Director (Leggett-Platt, Invesco, Pioneer Natural Resources, Coca-Cola Enterprises), joins host TK Kerstetter of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Why Today’s Compensation Committees Must Have Thick Skin.
Jared Berman, Partner with Meridian Compensation Partners, joins host TK Kerstetter of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Three Issues That Should be on the Compensation Committee Agenda.
Jim Curtiss, Chairman of Cameco Corporation’s Human Resource & Compensation Committee, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… “The Challenges of Overseeing Executive & Board Compensation.”
David Chun, CEO at Equilar, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Future Boardroom Issues That Will Challenge Directors.
William Chandler (Former Chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery and Partner with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati) joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms,” to discuss… Understanding Legal & Governance Issues Critical to the Board (Part 1).
Bob Romanchek, Partner at Meridian Compensation Partners, joins TK Kerstetter, host of “Inside America’s Boardrooms” to discuss… Is Your Compensation Committee Ready For What Lies Ahead?