Executive compensation and increased communication and transparency for shareholders are among the hot-button issues in economic reform. One need only look to the discussions at the recent G20 London Summit or the responses to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) calls for comments to understand that momentum is swinging toward allowing shareholders more access in matters of compensation. This memorandum will address recent legislative and regulatory developments in executive compensation as they relate to Say on Pay Proposals and will analyze ways in which companies can position themselves to better prepare for mandatory shareholder input into executive compensation.
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Topics: Compensation Committee, Executive Compensation, Golden Parachutes, Say-on-Pay, SEC, TARP
Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Business Organization Updates, Elections & Politics Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Securities Updates
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