Executive Compensation Engagement : When Do You Need Director Involvement?

Executive compensation is often viewed as the most critical and visible aspect of a company’s corporate governance. Many companies believe that executive compensation should be transparent and tied tightly to corporate performance, create value for the long-term and advance the company’s strategic goals. As such, engaging shareholders is vital to the success of your board.

Topics for Executive Compensation Involvement

Join moderator Francis Byrd and indusrt experts as they discusses several key issues to consider on executive compensation engagement and director involvement.

Identifying, Getting and Keeping the Attention of Your Top Shareholders
The Compensation Engagement : Where CEOs Should Fear To Tread
How To Use A Proxy Solicitor To Communicate Your Message
ISS and Glass Lewis : Engagement Myths and Reality


Donna Anderson
Donna AndersonCFA, Vice President and Head of Corporate Governance at T. Rowe Price
Jannice L. Koors
Jannice L. KoorsSenior Managing Director and Western Region President at Pearl Meyer
John P. O'Grady
John P. O'GradySenior Vice President at Laurel Hill Advisory Group

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