Join Equilar, the Center On Executive Compensation and ManpowerGroup for a web presentation that will discuss how the role of the CHRO has become more critical today, particularly in light of the current environment, and how this could reflect in CHRO pay packages.
Join Equilar, Skadden, DFIN, BlackRock and Intel for a conversation on the most critical governance topics and disclosure matters that companies should prepare for going into the 2021 proxy season.
This panel of seasoned practitioners and advisors will take a deep dive into what we’ve learned and what we may see though the rest of this decade.
Representatives from Equilar, TPG Capital, Nasdaq and the Office of the New York City Comptroller discussed how boards can identify diverse and qualified board-ready candidates using the Equilar BoardEdge database.
Mark Cuban joined Equilar and Borden Media Consulting for a lively discussion during episode two of The View From the Top.
Equilar, BarkerGilmore and King & Spalding discussed the evolution of the General Counsel role, particularly during this “new normal,” and how it may impact GC pay.
Equilar, Meridian Compensation Partners and BNY Mellon explored the state of CEO pay and the many nuances that plan designers should prepare to confront when constructing their CEO pay packages.
Equilar, The Center on Executive Compensation and Discover Financial Services discussed how you should approach incentive plan design amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic. The panel walked through several scenarios faced during the plan design process using the Equilar Incentive Plan Analytics Calculator (IPACSM).
Equilar, The KPMG Board Leadership Center, CalSTRS and Georgeson shared insight on trends in board composition, as well as how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact the landscape moving forward.
Equilar, E*TRADE Financial Corporate Services, Inc., BlackRock and the Center On Executive Compensation discussed strategies to create and implement effective long-term incentive plans amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Equilar and the Human Capital Management Coalition touched on the importance of cultivating and growing talent and success within organizations, fostering optimal work cultures, and ensuring key business objectives and goals can be achieved.
This web presentation explored the most pressing issues heading into 2020, including those that pertain to shareholder engagement policies, Say on Pay, board evaluation, ESG and more.
This panel discussed how to best communicate with shareholders through the proxy and shared findings from the Preparing for Proxy Season report.
Equilar, Meridian Compensation Partners and Skadden explored key considerations boards should take into account when designing compensation plans.
Experts from Equilar, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, BlackRock and Georgeson discussed how to effectively distill shareholder feedback into meaningful disclosure in your proxy.
Based on the Equilar Equity Compensation Trends report, featuring commentary from E*TRADE Financial Corporate Services, Inc., this webinar examined the latest trends and considerations for equity compensation design and granting practices looking forward into 2020.
Equilar, BarkerGilmore, and King & Spalding explored how the role of General Counsel has expanded over the past decade.
Equilar, Meridian Compensation Partners and CalPERS discussed how CEO compensation is analyzed today, particularly in relation to performance, and what this could entail for the future of CEO pay.
Equilar, E*TRADE Financial Corporate Services, Inc. and Brighthouse Financial highlighted research from the report, Executive Long-Term Incentive Plans, and placed those findings in context with more widespread trends in equity compensation.
During this web presentation, representatives from Vanguard, KPMG, Georgeson and Equilar discussed current board diversity trends and disclosure best practices.
The panel discussed techniques to tell the most compelling pay story to investors, based on findings from the Equilar Innovations in Proxy Design report.
Equilar, Donnelley Financial Solutions (DFIN), Hogan Lovells and Society for Corporate Governance discussed emerging shareholder voting trends on a variety of issues and how companies and their boards can respond to carry on productive dialogue and gain favorable shareholder votes.