Executive compensation continues to be a focus for investors and boards. And some investors believe there needs to be a better alignment of compensation with individual and company performance. Compensation is addressed in several Dodd-Frank Act rules written by the SEC: say on pay, CEO pay ratio disclosure, pay for performance, and clawback policy disclosures.
Boards, shareholders, and executive pay
Increasingly, boards are reaching out to shareholders about executive compensation. In the first edition of our new Executive Compensation Series co-authored with Cleary Gottlieb, we explore why shareholder engagement is important, and how boards can do it best.
PwC’s 2015 Annual Corporate Directors Survey
The majority of directors have become comfortable with direct investor communications around corporate governance issues like executive compensation and board composition.
Regulators propose tough bonus rules for banks
This edition of our biweekly newsletter reports that six regulatory agencies jointly proposed rules to limit incentive-based compensation arrangements for financial service executives.
Director-Shareholder Insights: Is cash burning a hole in your pocket?
How will a company’s share repurchase and dividend strategy affect compensation metrics? This new publication addresses this issue.