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    2. China Regulator Denies it Asked Foreign Banks For Executive Pay Details

      China Regulator Denies it Asked Foreign Banks For Executive Pay Details
      (Reuters) - China's securities regulator on Tuesday denied that it and its securities association had asked foreign investment banks for senior executives' pay details or suggested they implement pay curbs, rejecting media reports. Bloomberg reported on Friday that Chinese regulators had warned top global banks, during meetings in Shanghai and Beijing this year, against paying their top bankers in China lavishly...
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    3. CEO Pay Proposals Face Growing Investor Disapproval

      CEO Pay Proposals Face Growing Investor Disapproval
      For many companies, 2021 signaled a return to normal business after the COVID-19 pandemic upended the economy and significantly disrupted financial forecasts established at the beginning of 2020. Given the difficulty in meeting financial targets set under short- and long-term incentive plans, CEO pay levels remained essentially flat in FY2020 for both SP 500 and Russell 3000 (excl. SP 500) companies...
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    4. U.S. Poll Finds Bipartisan Concern Over High CEO Pay

      U.S. Poll Finds Bipartisan Concern Over High CEO Pay
      (Reuters) - Bipartisan majorities of U.S. adults think CEO pay is too high, a new poll found, presenting a challenge for corporate boards looking to balance compensation for leaders and workers. In a survey of 1,037 people in February, 81% of Democrats and 71% of Republicans said the CEOs of the largest American companies were paid "too much," according to poll sponsor Just Capital, a nonprofit focused on corporate ...
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    5. Exxon, Chevron Paid Their CEOs Over $22 Million Each Last Year

      Exxon, Chevron Paid Their CEOs Over $22 Million Each Last Year
      HOUSTON (Reuters) - Exxon Mobil Corp and Chevron Corp paid their chief executives more than $22 million each last year, according to securities filings released on Thursday, the day after U.S. lawmakers accused oil companies of price gouging at a time of high gasoline prices. Exxon paid CEO Darren Woods $23.6 million last year, up from $15.6 million in 2020. Woods also received a $3.1 million cash ...
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    1. We heard the shareholders loud and clear. We understood what they had to say.
      In Barrick announces new pay scheme, may add two more new directors
    2. There is no federal law, rule, or regulation that says companies must not or are prohibited from announcing or discussing long-term incentive compensation prior to their annual shareholder meetings.
      In Wheels Fly Off GM's CEO Pay Story
    3. Denise Warren brings an enormous amount of digital media experience to EA's board of directors.
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  3. Quotes about Executive Compensation

    1. Because the reality is any board, whether it is a purely local Japanese company or whether it is an international, global company, whatever corporation you run, the executive compensation and CEO compensation is an extremely important issue.
      In Soul-Searching is in Order for Nissan's Board After Ghosn Allegations, Governance Experts Say
    2. The Compensation Committee will conduct a thorough review of the current executive compensation plan and consider implementing changes that further drive alignment between incentives and shareholder value.
      In BREAKING NEWS: McKesson Shareholders Vote Against Exec Pay Structure
    3. The 2016 BDO Board Survey reveals frustration among boards with the growing number of disclosures in financial statements today, though they clearly see use for non-GAAP metrics - especially with regard to executive compensation calculations.
      In Public Company Directors Want to Reign in “Overboarding”, Split on Improvements to Non-GAAP ...