Chris Callegari is a Senior Associate at Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP) in New York. Chris has five years of executive compensation consulting experience, and since joining CAP in 2019, has worked with compensation committees and senior management teams to address a wide array of executive and non-employee director compensation issues. Chris has experience in peer group development, benchmarking of compensation levels for senior executives, annual and long-term incentive plan design, termination analyses, pay vs. performance validation and development of non-employee director compensation programs. Chris has performed work for large and small publicly traded and private companies in a variety of industries, including banking, insurance, retail, real estate, and technology. He also has experience developing long-term incentive plans for private companies and composing appropriate communications materials for plan participants.

Chris has co-authored and done extensive research for CAP research reports on executive compensation trends including a COVID-19 Banking Survey, Regional & Community Banking Reports, and Long-term incentive trends, as well as other CAP research initiatives. Chris has also prepared materials for client litigation.

Chris holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Finance concentration from Marist College’s School of Management.

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Where SEC Rule-Making, Shareholder Reporting, and Plan Design Collide

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The SEC has issued a flurry of new rules covering insider trading, clawbacks, proxy reporting, and more. These rules have plan design implications and,…
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Striking the Right Balance: Discretion in Incentive Plans – Taboo or a Must?

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Impact of Market Volatility on Executive Compensation

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Volatile economic conditions can lead to uncertain compensation outcomes for employees which can create an environment where there is little retentive value. During this…
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