November 2016 L-Blast: The Future of Compensation and Corporate Governance Amid a Trump Presidency | ISS Announces Pay for Performance and Peer Submission Updates
We are in the midst of the holiday season! We hope each of you had a restful Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. As we close out an eventful 2016, we at NFPCCmp;A are excited to see what 2017 has in store.
Given the results of the election this month, we thought it would helpful to explore what the future of compensation and corporate governance might look like under a Trump administration. This month’s NFPCCmp;A original article explores how the new administration might treat various compensation and corporate governance regulations enveloped within Dodd-Frank. We hope that you will find this article very interesting and will continue to monitor anticipated regulatory shifts as the shifts in Washington D.C. take shape.
The second article comes from the Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and their announcement of important updates relating to 2017 Pay-for-Performance evaluation for U.S. and Canadian companies. These changes are important as they will have an impact on the 2017 proxy season.
Lastly, for those readers involved in the Energy industry, we invite you to participate in our 2017 Energy Pay Pulse Survey which launches December 1st. Interested participants can learn more about the survey and how to participate from the information below. As always, please let us know if there are any particular topics you would like to learn more about. We appreciate each and every one of you.
Brent Longnecker and the NFPCCmp;A Team
The Future of Compensation and Corporate Governance Amid a Trump Presidency
One thing is for certain, the results of the election created a myriad of questions regarding the future of American politics. Less certain, though, is the level of impact the results will have on the futures of various executive compensation and corporate governance policies…
ISS Announces Pay for Performance and Peer Submission Updates
Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) announced a number of important updates relating to its 2017 pay-for-performance evaluation for U.S. and Canadian companies.
2017 Energy Pay Pulse Survey Launches Dec 1