: Compensation, Executive
SEC Proposes Rules For Proxy Voting, Disclosures On 'Say-On-Pay' And 'Golden Parachutes'
On Oct. 18, 2010, the SEC released proposed rules on executive compensation ('say-on-pay') and proxy voting.
Executive Compensation Components And Trends For CFOs, By Deloitte
CFO Insights: Executive Compensation -- Plan, Perform & Pay
Pay Freeze Continues For Majority Of Finance Executives
FEI's 2010 Exec. Comp. Survey released June 8, 2010
SEC Updates CD&Is On Exec. Comp. and Corp. Gov.; Issues Staff Legal Bulletin
On March 12, 2010 the SEC released three additional Q&As relating to Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance, as part of its Compliance & Disclosure Interpretations series. Separately, on March 15, 2010 the SEC released a Staff Legal Bulletin simplifying the requirements relating to suspension of certain reporting obligations.
SEC Posts Transition Guidance For New Proxy Disclosures; Other Proposals
On Dec. 22, 2009 the SEC posted a Compliance and Disclosure Interpretation entitled Proxy Disclosure Enhancements Transtion. The transition guidance relates to the SEC's new proxy disclosure rules on risk, compensation and governance which were approved by the SEC on December 16.
SEC Approves Rules On Disclosure Of Compensation, Risk, Corporate Governance
At its open commission meeting on Dec. 16, 2009 the SEC voted 4-1 to approve final rules requiring new disclosures relating to executive compensation and corporate governance.
The Risk Disconnection
In response to a global recession that was blamed on a lack of attention to risk, discussions about risk management have become routine in corporate America.
Benefits: November 09
With new executive compensation rules in the SEC pipeline, business leaders and board members need to assess how tougher federal regulations will affect their current policies.
SEC Eliminates Broker Votes On Directors; Proposals Coming On Exec. Comp., Proxies
On July 1, 2009 the SEC voted to release several rule proposals relating to executive compensattion, corporate governance, proxy solicitation, and more.
cover story: may 09
U.S. corporations, their shareholders and the federal government are grappling over which entity should govern certain practices and procedures of businesses
Executive Compensation: Rethinking Strategies For Challenging Times, Grant Thornton
executive compensation: March 09
Though many executive pay packages will shrink this year, experts agree that — no matter what the industry — high-performing chief financial officerswill always be in demand.
President Bush Signs Sweeping Financial Rescue Plan After House Passage
By a vote of 263-171, on Oct. 3, 2008, the House of Representatives voted to concur with the Senate version of the financial rescue bill, The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008.
in brief: october 08
compensation: september 08
New research shows that while companies are disclosing more about their incentive plans — in response to the SEC’s new rules — they have a long way to go before reaching full compliance.
Bonuses and Currency Conversions
Long Term Incentive Plans
Calculating Management Bonuses
Treasury, IRS Extend Transition Relief For Deferred Comp Plans
FEI Comments On Pension Act-Cost Accounting Standards Harmonization
Deferred Compensation Plan Percentages
Compensation: september 07
Setting executive compensation targets has changed. The process now reflects the new environment of heightened shareholder activism, increased disclosure requirements and overall market skepticism.
Stock Option Valuation
Professional Employer Organizations: Lightening the HR Load
Professional employer organizations, or PEOs, may be worth investigating, especially for smaller businesses having trouble with human resourced-related forms and red tape, writes the head of one such organization.
CFO Compensation & Trends: june 2007
With CFO turnover still near record levels, Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) asked some in the executive search business to discuss the trends and what they are looking for in senior financial executive recruits.
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House and Senate Pass Competing Minimum Wage Hike Bills
Executive Compensation Consultanta
Ten Tips for Complying with the New Executive Comp Rules
Public companies are facing major modifications to executive compensation disclosures in their annual reports, proxies, registration statements and Forms 8-K.
Regulators Testify At Senate Hearings On Stock Options Backdating
The Senate Banking Committee and Senate Finance Committee each held hearings on Sept. 6, 2006 on stock options backdating. Testifying at the hearings were SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, PCAOB Chairman Mark Olson, and others.
New SEC Options-Pricing Rules Aim at Clarity, Transparency
New SEC rules focus on shining a more intense light on the approval and administration of stock option programs rather than outlawing specific practices – making irregularities a sin of commission, rather than omission.