“Nearly half of S&P 100 companies included information in their proxy statements that showed how they responded to shareholder concerns and made changes to policies, according to a new report from Equilar, Innovations in Proxy Design, featuring commentary from Donnelley Financial Solutions and Pay Governance. In 2012, just 14.3% of the S&P 100 included disclosures… Read more »
“As another year comes to a close, it is time for public companies to become acquainted with the securities law and business developments of the past year to position themselves for success in 2017. Below is a summary of current and anticipated changes that may impact reporting requirements and disclosure regulations for the upcoming 2017… Read more »
In this article, Cameco’s Jim Curtiss discusses several trends that will continue to impact compensation committees in the months ahead: 1) greater emphasis on transparency, 2) greater scrutiny of the CD&A, and 3) greater oversight from proxy advisors.
The increased scrutiny of executive compensation, resulting from both recently passed and pending legislation, as well as shareholder advisory group policies, will require regular updates to public company’s Compensation Committees. Although there are many issues that will come about in the near future, we have identified the following topics in regard to executive compensation that… Read more »