Short-term Incentives Now Universal at Private Companies

By Business Wire | Dec 10, 2019 | Read more

CAP-WorldatWork surveys find that short-term incentives are prevalent at privately held companies and nonprofit/government organizations.

Is it Time to Expand Your Clawback Policy?

By Bank Director | Nov 1, 2019 | Read more

Partner Kelly Malafis, Principal Shaun Bisman, and Senior Associate Michael Bonner dive into clawback triggers and how a more robust clawback policy can benefit shareholders.

Unwrapping Board Compensation

By Private Company Director | Oct 16, 2019 | Read more

CAP Principal Bonnie Schindler provides an overview of the 2019 Private Company Board Compensation and Governance Survey, and discusses how to use the survey data to design a competitive and effective board pay program.

Can Comp and Conferences Help Board Recruiting?

By Agenda | Oct 14, 2019 | Read more

Partner Dan Laddin and Principal Matt Vnuk explain that there have been efforts to increase the diversity of Boards and that a differentiation in compensation can attract more directors.

Eyeing Lawsuits, Boards Tighten Limits on Director Pay

By Agenda | Oct 14, 2019 | Read more

Partner Dan Laddin, Principal Matt Vnuk, and Senior Associate Roman Beleuta comment on the growing prevalence of director limits, as well as a trend among public companies towards implementing lower limits than those previously adopted to protect against pay lawsuits alleging breach of fiduciary duty.

Fresh Intel on Private Company Board Pay

By Boardroom Insider | Oct 1, 2019 | Read more

Partner Bertha Masuda provides commentary on CAP’s study of 600 U.S.-based, private and family owned firms’ Board of Directors pay.

Another Year, Another Round of Bumper Pay Packages for Fashion’s Top Execs

By Matthew Vnuk, Women’s Wear Daily | Jul 23, 2019 | Read more

Principal Matt Vnuk comments on the impact that CEO Pay Ratio requirements has had on gender pay equity discussions.

CEO Stock Pledging Raises Eyebrows

By Agenda | Jul 22, 2019 | Read more

Principal Matt Vnuk discusses the growing prevalence of anti-pledging policies.