Boards Shy Away from Real Earned Pay in PvP Tables

By Agenda | Mar 20, 2023 | Read more

Partner Kelly Malafis was recently quoted in Agenda’s article about the new pay-versus-performance (PvP) disclosures. Malafis shared that another trend that has emerged among the early filers is in the TSR peer group. About two-thirds of the first 25 companies that had filed PvP disclosures have opted to use industry or sector indexes. About a quarter used a custom peer group.

Character of the Corporation: Executive Compensation

By Directors & Boards | Mar 20, 2023 | Read more

Recently, Partner Matt Vnuk led a Q&A at MLR Media’s Character of the Corporation Conference discussing the topic of executive compensation. Directors & Boards published an excerpt from the panel in their newsletter discussing bonus programs and metric prevalence and review. Members of the panel included Beth Albright, Compensation Committee member and Audit Committee member at Darling Ingredients and Dawn Zier, Compensation Committee Chair at Prestige Consumer Healthcare.

The Ups and Downs of C-Suite Compensation

By Directors & Boards | Mar 16, 2023 | Read more

Following the published CAP report analyzing early filers compensation data, author Ryan Colucci was recently interviewed by Directors & Boards and took a deeper dive into the findings. Colucci shared that CEOs and CFOs most often receive salary increases when warranted from a competitive market perspective. Recent findings show approximately 80% of each group received an increase however, the magnitude of these increases was slightly higher for CFOs than CEOs, on average. Read the full Q&A here.

One-Third of CFOs Saw Up to 25% Increase in Total Pay Last Year

By CFO | Mar 15, 2023 | Read more

The CAP report authored by Principal Ryan Colucci was recently referenced to again in an article by CFO. The compensation data in the study authored by Colucci reflects S&P 1500 companies that have fiscal year ends between 9/30 and 11/30. The data shows that CEOs are making an effort to “competitively compensate the financial leaders they have” and that 80% of finance officers received compensation raises from their company in Q4 of 2022. One-third of CFOs saw up to a 25% increase in total compensation to round out 2022. Read the full report here.