Christopher Earnest Joins Compensation Advisory Partners as Partner

By Compensation Advisory Partners | Apr 12, 2018 | Read more

Compensation Advisory Partners (CAP), an independent executive compensation consulting firm, today announced that Christopher Earnest has joined the firm as a Partner, establishing an office in Houston, Texas to support the firm’s continued growth.

Early pay ratio filings show a disclosure demand in progress

By Lauren Peek, Compliance Week | Mar 20, 2018 | Read more

Principal Lauren Peek discusses the early trends and common methods used by companies in disclosing pay ratio based on a CAP study by Lauren Peek, Ryan Colucci and Margaret Engel.

Pay Ratio Disclosures Mislead Investors

By Lauren Peek & Margaret Engel, CFO | Mar 14, 2018 | Read more

A CAP study (by Lauren Peek, Ryan Colucci, and Margaret Engel) on pay ratio disclosure for 150 companies reviews the early trends in pay ratio disclosure.

Top 5 Compensation Committee Issues for 2018

By Daniel Laddin & Eric Hosken, Directors & Boards | Feb 8, 2018 | Read more

Eric Hosken and Dan Laddin discuss the Top 5 issues they expect Compensation Committees to address in 2018

Executive Compensation Performance Metrics Will Change Under Tax Reform

By Financial Executives | Jan 25, 2018 | Read more

Partner Eric Hosken describes the immediate implications of the Tax Reform on financial statement for companies with deferred tax assets or liabilities, how outstanding incentive compensation plans will get impacted, and the changes to the deductibility of performance-based compensation rules under Section 162(m).

Boards Enhance Peer Group Disclosures

By Agenda Week | Sep 12, 2017 | Read more

Partner Margaret Engel and Principal Matt Vnuk provide some advice on how to approach peer group development in order to create a peer group that is well received internally and externally.

Survey Roundup: Some in Compliance Adapting Strategy to Trump Administration

By The Wall Street Journal | Aug 15, 2017 | Read more

In a CAP study by Margaret Engel and Melissa Burek, use of aircraft was the most prevalent perquisite for CEO among large US companies. Personal security and automobile allowance were tied for second as most prevalent perquisites.

Compensation Comparison

By c-suiteinsight.com | Aug 1, 2017 | Read more

Partner Margaret Engel and Principal Matt Vnuk explain how the peer selection process has changed in the recent years and discuss the differences between compensation and performance peer groups.

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