Partner Susan Schroeder examines the growing trend for CEOs, especially from the boomer generation, to remain involved in decision making at the company through the role of executive chairman. She warns that this practice could hinder the new CEO from setting their own agendas and advises companies to limit the length of term of the executive chairman.

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May 27, 2021

Navigating Pay for Performance During a Pandemic


2020 was a challenging year for banks. The impact of COVID on the economy as well as changes to accounting for loan loss provisions…
  • Kelly Malafis
  • Shaun Bisman

Jul 22, 2021

Human Capital and Compensation Oversight


Partner Bertha Masuda will lead a discussion with three seasoned Board Directors on Human Capital and Compensation Oversight as part of the NACD Private…
  • Bertha Masuda