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ISS Updates Frequently Asked Questions for Equity Compensation Plans, Peer Group Selection and Compensation Policies

By Harvard Law School Forum | Jan 25, 2023 | Read more

Principal Shaun Bisman and Associate Jared Sorhaindo recently authored an article that was published by Harvard Law School’s Forum on Corporate Governance. The article details the recent ISS-issued frequently asked questions (FAQs) documents related to equity compensation plans, peer group selection methodology and issuer submission process, and compensation policies. The equity compensation plan FAQs cover topics under the rubric of ISS’ Equity Plan Scorecard and the compensation policies FAQs cover compensation topics more broadly.

2023 Compensation Committee Priorities

By Directors & Boards | Jan 12, 2023 | Read more

Partners Dan Laddin and Eric Hosken’s article on 2023 Compensation Committee priorities was published by Directors & Boards this week. The article explains their predictions in light of the impending high degree of economic uncertainty. Some priorities listed include pressure-testing incentive plan goals, ensuring appropriate equity incentives, addressing new regulatory requirements, and navigating a challenging shareholder environment.

Boardroom Insider Monthly Newsletter

By Boardroom Insider | Jan 12, 2023 | Read more

Partner Eric Hosken was recently quoted in the January issue of Boardroom Insider’s monthly newsletter. In the section discussing compensation, Hosken explains that he expects that the frequency of committee meetings will continue to be up. A few years back, it was normal to meet on a quarterly basis, but now larger companies are meeting six to eight times a year. Hosken says to view this as an opportunity to do better work; committees are far more active in talent and succession planning and are continuing to expand the agenda.

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