Tag: ceo pay

L&A’s Thoughts on “Excessive CEO Pay for Dumb Luck”

“Interesting article. However, a few additional points to complete the compensation picture. One, there is no reference to actual pay received as tied to stock price performance. Rather, this is a reference to the summary compensation table. Added, the summary compensation table is hodge-podge of GAAP and “non GAAP” reporting as well. Bonuses based off… Read more »

Sustainability: Hot Nonprofit Governance Issues

“In the next four years, nonprofit boards will face exceptional challenges affecting long-term financial and operational sustainability. It is likely that governmental grants will substantially decline. Business/individual donor gifts can be reduced should the economy teeter towards recession or the tax code changes in an unfriendly way. But, as usual, demand for nonprofit services will… Read more »

ORIGINAL L&A ARTICLE: An Interview with our CEO

Below is an excerpt from our latest monthly newsletter, the LBlast. Please subscribe via our website. In a recent National Association of Corporate Directors panel, Longnecker & Associates’ CEO, Brent Longnecker, was asked a series of questions related to current hot button compensation topics. Through his extensive work as both a consultant, executive and director,… Read more »

Reconsideration of Pay Ratio Rule Implementation

“The Commission adopted the pay ratio disclosure rule in August 2015 to implement Section 953(b) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The rule requires a public company to disclose the ratio of the median of the annual total compensation of all employees to the annual total compensation of the chief executive… Read more »

Incentive Plan Payouts Prove Effective Pay for Performance

Companies, shareholders and boards of directors want to ensure alignment of pay and performance to justify the often-high accompanying price tag of executive compensation. To provide context on the correlations between awarded, realizable and actual pay earned under performance-based awards, companies will often detail this information in proxy statements to keep shareholders up to date… Read more »

Executive Compensation: Analysis of Recent Incentive Financial Goals

“In order to understand the financial performance measures, target goals, performance ranges, and payouts of an annual incentive plan, we analyzed the proxy-disclosed practices of approximately 100 manufacturing and materials companies. We assessed year-over-year (YOY) trends in particular, including the change in target goals relative to actual results and the spread of threshold to maximum… Read more »

Is Your Bank Ready for the CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure?

“Starting with the 2018 proxy statement (covering fiscal year 2017), most public companies will be required to start reporting their CEO pay ratio, that is, the ratio of the CEO’s pay to the median of all other employees’ pay. While it is questionable whether the CEO pay ratio disclosure will be a truly meaningful or… Read more »

2017 Agenda: Priorities for Boards, Audit Committees and Private Companies

“Political swings, global volatility, technology innovations and investor expectations will require deeper board engagement. Drawing on interactions with corporate directors and business leaders as well as insights from its research, the KPMG Board Leadership Center has published three reports highlighting critical issues for corporate board members, audit committee members and private company directors as they… Read more »

Board Director Pay Keeps Pace, BDO Analysis Finds

“Board director compensation levels for middle market companies kept pace with the economy between 2014 and 2015, according to a new report from BDO USA, LLP, a leading accounting and consulting organization. Following years of solid increases, compensation remained relatively level at $153,389. The report, The BDO 600: 2016 Survey of Board Compensation Practices of… Read more »