ISS Publishes FAQs on Peer Group Selection Methodology and Seeks Input from Issuers on Changes to Self-Selected Peer Groups


On December 4, 2012, ISS published a set of FAQs on its methodology for selecting the 14 to 24 member peer group that it will use to evaluate a company’s executive compensation. The FAQs also address how companies can provide ISS with information about any changes to self-selected peer groups. The FAQs can be found by clicking below.

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Topics:  Executive Compensation, ISS

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