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    2. Following Wells Fargo CEO's Resignation, Blumenthal, Senate Colleagues Ask Feds to Strengthen Accountability Measures for Executive Pay

      Following Wells Fargo CEO's Resignation, Blumenthal, Senate Colleagues Ask Feds to Strengthen Accountability Measures for Executive Pay
      Today, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) joined a group of 19 other U.S. Senatorsled by Bob Menendez (D-N.J.), Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.), and Al Franken (D-Minn.) calling on federal financial regulators to strengthen a proposedclawback rule pursuant to Dodd-Frank that aims to prohibit executive pay arrangements ...
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    3. SEC Unveils Executive Pay Ratio Guidelines

      SEC Unveils Executive Pay Ratio Guidelines
      The Securities and Exchange Commission issued its first guidelines for calculating pay ratios that compare executive compensation to that of the companys median employee. Companies are required to report this information in their proxy, registration and information statements, as well as annual reports for the first fiscal year beginning January 1, 2017. The rule is mandated by the Dodd-Frank law and was adopted in August 2015...
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    4. $18M to Serve on a Board of Directors? Stunning Director Compensation Figures in Equilar Report

      $18M to Serve on a Board of Directors?  Stunning Director Compensation Figures in Equilar Report
      Equilar has released a new report Director Pay Trends, which contains several stunning figures pertaining to board compensation -- such as Regeneron Pharmaceuticals paying its board a total of $18.5M in compensation in 2015. It is noteworthy that the three boards at the top of the list are classified (directors only face re-election every few years as opposed to annually). Thankfully, for shareholders, the number of classified boards in the ...
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    5. New California Law Mandates Public Disclosure of Private Fund Information

      New California Law Mandates Public Disclosure of Private Fund Information
      A new California law requires public pension and retirement systems to obtain and publicly disclose information about their investments into venture capital, private equity, hedge and absolute return funds. The law appears to have been specifically crafted to disrupt prior efforts to shield such information from public disclosure. General Partners should anticipate significant demands for information regarding both new and pre-existing investments ...
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    6. Compensation Clawbacks Raise Significant Tax Issues

      Compensation Clawbacks Raise Significant Tax Issues
      Last year, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a proposed rule that would require public companies to establish clawback policies for recovering incentive-based compensation that was awarded erroneously. This proposal was mandated by the controversial Dodd-Frank Act. As we await a final rule, lets review the potential ...
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    7. Yahoo CEO Could Get $44 Million in Severance Package

      Yahoo CEO Could Get $44 Million in Severance Package
      Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer stands to collect a $44 million severance package if she leaves after Verizon completes its purchase of the once-mighty internet company. Mayer hasn't announced plans to leave, but industry observers say she's unlikely to stay after the $4.8 billion sale closes early next year ...
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    8. Calls for Simplification of Executive Pay

      Calls for Simplification of Executive Pay
      The report says that growing complexity in remuneration has contributed to poor alignment between executives, shareholders and the company, sometimes leading to levels of remuneration which are very difficult to justify. It highlights the ubiquitous LTIP as one reason for this and says companies feel they are forced to adopt the model ...
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    9. French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay

      French Parliament Says Shareholders Must Set Bosses' Pay
      Shareholders must set French chief executives' pay in a binding vote that corporate boards cannot ignore, the French parliament decided early on Friday in reaction to a public outcry over Renault chief Carlos Ghosn's giant package. However, lawmakers in the lower house rejected a left-wing bid to impose a legal ceiling on CEO remuneration ...
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    10. Natasha Lamb Pressing Top Companies on Pay Equity

      Natasha Lamb Pressing Top Companies on Pay Equity
      The buzz around the gender pay gap had been building with a flurry of bills filed and Equal Pay Day speeches made but those with the power to take immediate action, the companies that issue the paychecks, were slow to act on their own. Enter Natasha Lamb, director of equity research and shareholder engagement at the Marion-based investment firm Arjuna Capital, who decided it was time to take matters into ...
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