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Week of February 12, 2018
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Executive Pay: Why Transform Pay?

THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

Innovations in Proxy Design: The Compensation Discussion & Analysis
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A new report by Equilar claims that the proxy statement has shifted from a corporate compliance to a shareholder communications document. The study cites increased length of proxy disclosures, as well as the growing use of navigational features and color, as indications that companies are focusing... Read more
Say on Pay Hasn't Gone Away Under Tax Reform, Reminds ISS
In a recent interview, ISS’ David Kokell states that the proxy advisor will vote 'Against' compensation plans that do not demonstrate a tie between pay and performance, despite the elimination of the 162(m) exception. Kokell claims that the 162(m) exception for performance-based pay was not a... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Innovations in Proxy Design: The Compensation Discussion & Analysis
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Say on Pay Hasn't Gone Away Under Tax Reform, Reminds ISS
Boards Reviewing Pay Ratio Communication
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

More Shareholder Proposals Spotlight Climate Change
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Clarifying the Use of Non-Qualified Plans to Mitigate Lost Deduction Under 162(m)
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From Critics + Commentators

Could #MeToo Movement Change Comp?
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Do CEOs Deserve Their Pay?
It's Time to Ban Stock Buybacks

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