News & Events
Hedging Rules to Hit Mid-Cap and Smaller Companies Hardest
By Agenda | Feb 23, 2015 Read more
Given the recent proposed rules on Hedging Policies by SEC, Partner Margaret Engel discusses the prevalence of hedging policies among large U.S. companies and explains which employees are most likely to view hedging as a benefit.
Who Gets a Say on Pay?
By Retail Leader | Feb 1, 2015 Read more
Partner Melissa Burek explains the impact of Say-on-Pay on executive compensation plan design and the potential impact on CEO pay levels from the Pay Ratio disclosure requirements proposed by SEC.
More Boards Adopt Limits Directors
By Agenda | Dec 3, 2014 Read more
Partner Dan Laddin and Principal Matt Vnuk share findings on non-employee director compensation limits among Fortune 100 companies.
Annual CEO Performance Assessments Should Influence Compensation Decisions
By NACD | Dec 1, 2014 Read more
Principal Matt Vnuk explains the importance of an annual CEO performance assessment and its impact on pay-for-performance alignment.
Committee Chair Pay on the Rise
By Agenda | Sep 12, 2014 Read more
Partner Dan Laddin and Principal Matt Vnuk discuss the frequency of Committee Chair retainer changes and the reason for higher retainers for Committee Chairs vs. Committee Members.
Finance’s Critical Role in Incentive Design
By Treasury & Risk | Jul 30, 2014 Read more
Partner Eric Hosken emphasizes the critical role of finance executives in incentive plan design and highlights the damaging consequences of ignoring these executives in the process.
The Long And Short Of Compensation
By Retail Leader | Jul 1, 2014 Read more
Partner Melissa Burek explains why pay-for-performance is crucial for compensation committees to establish CEO compensation and to satisfy shareholders that vote on executive compensation.
Results of Say on Pay Voting
By NACD BoardVision | Jul 1, 2014 Read more
Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship Magazine, hosts this edition of NACD BoardVision with guest Melissa Burek , partner at Compensation Advisory Partners. The discussion centers around the obvious and no so obvious results from say on pay voting, how performance fits into the results, and what surprises could be ahead in 2014.