A month into the Trump presidency, there have been a number of important statements from the executive branch on the regulation of executive compensation impacting the financial services industry. The National Law Review examines these percolating issues and emerging developments in their recent piece.
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The NASPP blog provides another well-timed update in light of recent developments in the industry. Specifically, the amendments companies are making to their share withholding provisions in light of ASU 2016-09. So the question is: will the update be final in time for companies to rely on it for their share withholding amendments? Check out this [...] Read More
CEO pay has continued to increase after the implementation of SOP under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, according to a new study from consulting firm Pay Governance. Yahoo Finance explores the study and its implications.
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Britain’s biggest companies have been warned they face a wave of revolts in the forthcoming annual meeting season and risk a government clampdown on excessive remuneration unless they show restraint over executive pay. The Guardian brings us an analysis of the potential storm on the horizon.
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In February 2017, the Advancing Innovation Roundtable published a comprehensive report containing recommendations, sourced from both public and private markets, on how to close the growth capital gap in Canada, currently estimated at $4 billion, and growing.
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The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Regulation brings us an analysis of the Say-on-Pay component of the Dodd-Frank Act, and explores whether or not the controls and balances instituted with the act were ultimately successful.
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