This week marks the middle of the 2012 proxy season, and say-on-pay votes are so far shaping up much like last year. Of the first 602 companies to report the results of their say-on-pay proposals, about 70% have passed with more than 90% support from shareholders, while 21% fell between 70.1% and 90% support, according to law firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom

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Jul 16, 2024

What Private Companies Need to Know to Design Effective Incentive Plans

Boston, MA

In this session, we cover the strategies effective private companies employ to ensure incentive plans support the company’s strategic objectives and culture, are competitive…
  • Shaun Bisman
  • Susan Schroeder

Sep 17, 2024

Board Compensation Strategies and Governance for Best-in-Class Bank Boards

Nashville, TN

Directors on the board play an important role in overseeing the bank’s governance practices and supporting the long-term success of the bank in an…
  • Shaun Bisman
  • Michael Bonner