Calendar of Upcoming Events for the NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY Chapter

Prior Events

Date and Time:10/9/2015 8:30am-10:30am
Event:October 9, 2015 Chapter Meeting
Topic:Long-Term Incentive Plans and Current Issues Impacting Design Considerations
Location:The Trumbull Room at The Yale Club of New York City, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York, NY 10017
Contact:Martha N. Steinman
Contact Phone:212-918-5580

Sponsored by Compensation Advisory Partners

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: As a key component of executive compensation programs, long-term incentive plan design is an important topic of discussion for management teams, Compensation Committees and investors.  In this time of greater external scrutiny and investor activism, “getting it right” is more important than ever.  At today’s session, we will discuss trends in LTI plan design using information from CAP’s proprietary database as well as current issues companies are facing with LTI design. 


KELLY MALAFIS is a founding Partner with Compensation Advisory Partners in New York. She has over 15 years of executive compensation consulting experience working with compensation committees and senior management teams on all areas of executive and board of director compensation . Kelly has work with public and private companies across multiple industries, including financial services, pharmaceutical, and insurance.  Kelly’s areas of focus include compensation strategy development, evaluating the pay and performance relationship for senior executives, annual and long-term incentive plan design, compensation program governance and board of director compensation.  She is a frequent speaker on executive compensation topics and has written articles for several publications, including Directors & Boards, Executive Counsel, and World@Work’s workspan

MELISSA BUREK is a founding Partner with Compensation Advisory Partners. She has over 20 years of experience consulting with Boards and management in all areas of executive compensation, including strategy, incentive plan design, performance measurement linkages and regulatory/governance issues. Melissa has assisted many Fortune 200 companies with designing and implementing pay programs that support business objectives and shareholder interests, and also assisted companies involved in corporate transactions, executive leadership change and shareholder engagement.  Melissa has significant experience in the insurance, consumer products and manufacturing industries.  Prior to CAP, Melissa was a Principal at Mercer. She is a frequent speaker on executive compensation and has written for The Corporate Board, NACD, and the PLI.

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Continuing Education Credits: 1.5 CEP (Various)