The regulatory oversight of executive pay - proxy advisory firm policies, rules issued from the SEC, additional disclosure requirements - along with pressures to establish more rigorous executive pay for performance continues unabated. At the same time, we have more executives across Corporate America participating in compensation plans formed by private equity (PE) firm philosophies and practices. And activist investors are asserting their pay philosophies in public company Boardrooms.
The presentation will cover how PE and public company executive stock incentive plan practices differ - ownership requirements, granting practices, the portfolio of awards and the performance metrics used to vest awards – and offer suggestions as to how PE company practices might help strengthen public company executive pay programs and address the many external pressures.
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Presenter: Donald Nemerov, Managing Director - FGMK, LLC
Don has more than 25 years of experience designing executive compensation and pay-for-performance programs, as well as advising management and board of public, private and tax exempt companies. Prior to joining FGMK, he spent the last 20 years working for Arthur Andersen, Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC, and most recently, Grant Thornton.
Don has worked with companies across virtually every industry and size on total compensation benchmarking, annual and long-term incentive plans including equity incentives, phantom stock, and non-qualified deferred compensation. Don has also worked with numerous clients on regulatory matters, including ASC 718, Section 409A, Section 280G and SEC proxy/CD&A disclosure.
Don is a frequent speaker and has published numerous thought leadership articles on topics related to executive compensation and pay-for-performance. He has an M.A., Industrial Relations, University of Minnesota and a B.S., Economics, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of NASPP and WorldatWork.