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Results of Say on Pay Voting
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.
Compensation Committees and Goal Setting
This episode of NACD BoardVision examines the expectations that boards face when setting annual compensation goals. Christopher Y. Clark, Publisher of NACD Directorship Magazine and Kelly Malafis , Partner at Compensation Advisory Partners discuss best practices for rigorous goal setting.
Breaking Down Realized and Realizable Pay
This edition of NACD BoardVision goes beyond definitions to break down realized and realizable pay. Join Christopher Y. Clark, publisher of NACD Directorship magazine, and Eric Hosken , partner at Compensation Advisory Partners, as they talk about how compensation regulations affect businesses today.
Moonves’s Pay Seen as 19 Times ‘Going Rate,’ Crystal Says
By bloomberg.com | May 13, 2014 Read more
Senior Partner Rosie Orens explains that within certain size parameters it is challenging to find an appropriate set of peers that are a lot like your company.
Sandberg Trails Archibald as Non-CEO Pay Beats Bosses
By bloomberg.com | Apr 11, 2014 Read more
Partner Eric Hosken explains that founder CEOs and external negative attention towards high CEO pay are some of the factors that lead to instances of certain executive officers getting paid more than the CEOs at their companies.
| Mar 15, 2014 Read more
A study on the prevalence of realized and realizable pay disclosure, published by CAP, found that for the 2013 proxy season around 15% of Fortune 500 companies included information on realized and/or realizable pay as part of their disclosure.
‘No, Our Executives Didn’t Make That Much Money’
By CFO | Feb 19, 2014 Read more
Partner Eric Hosken discusses the prevalence of realized and realizable pay disclosure among Fortune 500 companies and the typical message companies are sending to shareholders when disclosing realized and realizable pay.
Bankers Reap Benefits of 2013 Rally
By The Wall Street Journal | Feb 17, 2014 Read more
Partner Eric Hosken explains why some executives, especially in the Financial Services industry, might need to liquidate portions of their share holdings.