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    2. Executive Compensation Voting During the Pandemic

      Executive Compensation Voting During the Pandemic
      Executive compensation is a perennial engagement topic for the State Street Global Advisors Asset Stewardship team. We believe that executive compensation presents risks, such as creating perverse incentives, as well as opportunities, such as demonstrating a commitment to environmental, social and governance (ESG) priorities...
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    1. Those businesses that were severely harmed by the pandemic may have no choice but to grant some degree of discretion to compensation committees making the final annual payout determinations—so that they can modulate pay-for-performance according to the specific circumstances they face.
      In Executive Compensation: Just 6 Percent of Russell 3000 Companies Have Announced COVID-Related Incentive Plan Changes, but 2021 Payouts Likely to Dip
    2. The pandemic, whose effects are devastating and lasting on Tiffany, has irrefutably caused a material adverse effect.
      In LVMH Has Countersued Tiffany Over the Firms' $16 Billion Merger, Accusing the Jeweler of Financial Mismanagement
    3. Quite candidly, in light of the pandemic, I can't think of a worse business model [than WeWork's].
      In WeWork v. SoftBank: A $3 Billion Battle Involving Two Ailing Companies that were on Top of the World Just 9 Months Ago