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Say on Pay: Correcting Failures with Equity Mix Adjustments
Feb 21,2019
Jennifer Namazi

A recent Equilar study reports a trend of higher amounts of stock options in the CEO equity pay mix among companies that failed say on pay votes.

Smaller Reporting Companies Are Getting Larger
Jul 12,2018
Barbara Baksa

On June 28, the SEC released amendments to the definition of a “smaller reporting company” that significantly expand the threshold up to which a company can be considered a smaller reporting company. If you weren’t a smaller reporting company before, maybe you are now.

Mar 20,2014
Jennifer Namazi


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The Trump Administration and Compensation
Jun 13,2017

How the New Administration Seeks to Change the Rules

Dodd-Frank 5 Years On – The Adventure Continues
Jan 20,2016

Where we have been, where we are, and what is still to come.

Avoiding Stock Administration Asteroids
Feb 27,2014

Are complex rules and regulations on a collision course with your stock plans?


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2017 Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation
May 31,2017

This survey provides an overview of the current environment and signals the direction in which companies are moving with respect to executive compensation and corporate governance practices. This survey features responses from 118 companies across a diverse range of industries, covering topics such as annual and long-term incentive plan designs, Say on Pay, the CEO pay ratio, and more.

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