In this recorded webcast we discuss prominent investors' views on companies’ and boards’ engagement efforts, proxy access, and more.
Increasingly, boards are reaching out to shareholders about executive compensation. We explore why shareholder engagement is important, and how boards can do it best.
No company is safe from hedge fund activism. Activists have massive assets under management, and they target companies of all sizes, in all industries. What can you do to get ahead of an activist situation?
This edition of our biweekly newsletter for directors and investors includes articles on the potential impact the British exit from EU vote could have on US companies, the PCAOB’s guidance for the new audit partner form, and more.
The use of non-GAAP financial measures is surging, and the SEC is noticing.
This edition of our biweekly newsletter for directors and investors includes articles on COSO proposing an update to its ERM framework, the SEC’s Investor Advisory Committee calling for a more investor-focused Regulation S-K, and more.
Brexit will likely cause financial volatility in the near-term; the longer-term impact is still unclear.
This edition covers beneficial shareholder data from 1,881 U.S. public company shareholder meetings held between January 1, 2016 and May 15, 2016.
Companies’ shareholder engagement efforts are growing more robust, and directors are playing increasingly important roles.
This quarterly publication is designed to keep directors informed about the latest accounting and financial reporting issues.