Online Service is the First Dedicated Resource for Say on Pay Voting Results and Trends
REDWOOD CITY, CA (May 9, 2013) – Equilar, leading provider of corporate governance and executive compensation data, today announced the launch of its Say on Pay Tracker a dedicated information source for Say on Pay voting results, trends, and historical comparisons. Equilar’s New Say on Pay Tracker Provides Understanding of Pay and Performance.
The Tracker provides companies, investors, media outlets, and the general public with real-time Say on Pay voting results, personalized company alerts, and the latest Say on Pay news reports and videos. This is the first time that this data has been continually compiled and stored in a single place.
“Consistent with our mission to improve corporate governance through transparency, Equilar’s Say on Pay Tracker is the first and only site where anyone, including companies, proxy advisory firms, and shareholders, can find Say on Pay voting results, pay for performance analysis, research, and news,” said Brian Sohmers, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Equilar Insight.
“With the Say on Pay Tracker, users will be able to search company voting results beginning in 2011, and run comparisons by approval percentage, industry, and financial metrics,” said Nancy Ho, Director of Product Content Management. “Users will also be able to set up custom email alerts so that they will be notified when results for companies of interest are reported.”
Headquartered in Redwood City, Calif., Equilar is the leading provider of executive compensation data and governance tools for corporations, nonprofits, consulting firms, institutional investors, and the media. As the trusted data and executive solutions provider to 70% of the Fortune 500, Equilar helps companies accurately benchmark and track executive and board compensation, pay for performance results, and compensation practices. In addition, Equilar offers a leading business and event networking solution focused on serving executives and board members. Equilar’s research is cited regularly by Bloomberg, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other leading media outlets.