COMPENSATION COMMITTEE

 
  Is a Three-Year Performance Period Really Long-Term? Don't be deterred by obstacles to implementing incentive plan design features. READ MORE>

 

Is a Three-Year Performance Period Really Long-Term?

Don't be deterred by obstacles to implementing incentive plan design features.

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Director Compensation Practices and Trends

While much attention is given to executive pray practices, it’s very important to undertake regular, independent reviews of the director compensation plan, to ensure decisions related to such packages are rational and objective.  We cover the latest developments on fees, equity, pay plan limits, and oversight in this webcast.

Responding to a Sudden Decline in Support for Your Say on Pay Proposal Most U.S. companies fare very well on their Say on Pay (“SOP”) proposal with typical support levels of upwards of 90%. However, every year a small minority of companies struggle with the SOP vote. READ THE ARTICLE>

Responding to a Sudden Decline in Support for Your Say on Pay Proposal

Most U.S. companies fare very well on their Say on Pay (“SOP”) proposal with typical support levels of upwards of 90%. However, every year a small minority of companies struggle with the SOP vote.

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New Frontiers in Incentive Plan Goal-Setting

Andrew McElheran, lead consultant, Meridian Compensation Partners, tackles a hot topic as he lays out best practices for developing and structuring compensation plan incentive goals in this latest edition of the Board Governance Series.

Interview Meridian Compensation Partners' Mary Ann Polk talks pay-for-performace disclosures. READ THE INTERVIEW>

Interview

Meridian Compensation Partners' Mary Ann Polk talks pay-for-performace disclosures.

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Setting Incentive Plan Goals: Embrace Uncertainty Cash allocation is a tough call for boards—and one investors are certain to push back on. READ THE ARTICLE>

Setting Incentive Plan Goals: Embrace Uncertainty

Cash allocation is a tough call for boards—and one investors are certain to push back on.

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Pay Considerations When Hiring a New CEO from the Outside An interview with Meridian Compensation Partners, Bob Romanchek READ THE INTERVIEW>

Pay Considerations When Hiring a New CEO from the Outside

An interview with Meridian Compensation Partners, Bob Romanchek

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The Pros, Cons and Misperceptions about TSR

Annette Leckie, partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, dispels myths about total shareholder return (TSR) and points out the benefits and concerns of using this long-term incentive measure.

Board Governance Series The "Trump Trade": Will Stock Options Make a Comeback? READ THE INTERVIEW>

Board Governance Series

The "Trump Trade": Will Stock Options Make a Comeback?

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DOL Finalizes New Fiduciary Guidance What should directors do now? READ THE ARTICLE>

DOL Finalizes New Fiduciary Guidance

What should directors do now?

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Time for Clarity Make sure your CD&A says what you mean - and then mean what you say. READ THE ARTICLE>

Time for Clarity

Make sure your CD&A says what you mean - and then mean what you say.

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Can Compensation Drive Performance or is it simply along for the Ride?

In this edition of the Board Governance Series, Ryan Harvey, partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, shares his philosophy on what really motivates CEOs and why we may be thinking about pay-for-performance in the wrong way.

 

Managing Compensation Issues with CEO Retirement Transitions

CEO succession planning has become an increasingly visible board activity and there are clear risks involved.  Michael W. Brittian, partner, Meridian Compensation Partners, shares what considerations boards should discuss related to the complex issue of CEO retirement transitions.

Public Perceptions of CEO Compensation According to a recent nationwide survey READ THE ARTICLE>

Public Perceptions of CEO Compensation

According to a recent nationwide survey

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