On April 29, the SEC proposed new rules to require companies to disclose the relationship between their executive pay and their financial performance. The goal is to provide shareholders with a new metric to assess a company’s executive compensation relative to its performance and to be able to compare that metric across a peer group. This would also provide shareholders additional information to increase transparency and help better inform them when they vote to elect directors or vote on executive compensation.
Monday, July 13. 2015
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