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Week of October 16, 2017
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Executive Pay: Why Transform Pay?

THIS WEEK: Quick Picks

All TSR Plans Are Not Created Equal
Recent research from Equilar analyzes the use of total shareholder return (TSR) as a compensation performance metric at Fortune 100 companies. While the author notes TSR is still often used as a simple weighted piece of incentive plans, it is also being used in increasingly sophisticated ways such... Read more
The Drivers That Continue to Dog Say on Pay
A new article claims that about 12% to 14% of companies experience problems with their Say on Pay votes, even as the failure rate has reached an all-time low in 2017 of 1.3%. ISS Analytics has identified seven main drivers that could be causing issues with Say on Pay votes, including low... Read more

Compensation Trends + Developments

Confidential Say on Pay Proposals Fail to Win Over Investors
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Finding and Avoiding Perverse Incentives
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Regulation, Legislation + Governance

Do Clawback Adoptions Influence Capital Investments?
A Cautionary Tale for Compensation Committee Members
Proxy Season Legal Update
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From Critics + Commentators

Most Americans Don't Mind High CEO Pay—Really
Bonuses Are the Enemy of Progress
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