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Compensation Committee Forum: Preparing for the 2016 Proxy Season

Semler Brossy's John Borneman will be speaking at this year's Compensation Committee Forum on October 27, 2015, at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, NY. Today’s compensation committees – and the members of management who work closely with them – face a formidable task to establish a compensation philosophy and execute a compensation and benefits program that meets both management’s and investors’ expectations. Read more

Say on Pay Report Featured in Wall Street Journal Article, “Shareholders Rebuke Caterpillar Over Executive Pay”

Semler Brossy's Say on Pay report data was recently cited in a Wall Street Journal article, "Shareholders Rebuke Caterpillar Over Executive Pay." According to the article, "Around a third of the votes cast by Caterpillar Inc. shareholders at the annual meeting Wednesday morning rejected the heavy-equipment maker’s executive-compensation policies, an unusually stinging rebuke for such a poll." Read more

Roger Brossy and Blair Jones Featured on NACD BoardVision 361º

Semler Brossy managing director Roger Brossy and Blair Jones are featured in NACD BoardVision's series on the topic of executive pay and activism. Don't miss this video, which includes Ken Bertsch, partner at CamberView Partners. Watch now for strategies directors can use to effectively communicate the principles that support the company’s pay practices. Read more

Say on Pay report cited in Reuters

Our first Say on Pay report this year was cited in a Reuters article on CEO pay: Big investors can influence the size of company pay plans but have mostly backed management, largely because the value of their shares has also been climbing. In each year since 2011 when most Russell 3000 companies began holding advisory votes on executive compensation, more than 90 percent of companies have gotten more than 70 percent approval for their executive compensation plans, according to pay consultant firm Semler Brossy. Read more