2019 Group Five Stock Plan Administration Benchmarking Results and What’s Ahead in Stock Compensation Reporting
We walk through the results of Group Five’s 2019 survey, then pivot to some current themes that are relevant to the stock-based compensation process.
Discover strategies for how to deal with performance awards that aren’t faring well, along with some important governance and reporting implications.
The (Re)Purposing of the Corporation: What Compensation Professionals Need to Know about the Business Roundtable Statement
In an economy long dominated by shareholder primacy, the stakeholder framework is gaining momentum. Here’s what it means for executive compensation.
Learn more about economic value added (EVA), an up-and-coming approach to assessing performance and grading pay-for-performance alignment.
What can an emerging growth company do to raise funding now, before the next financing round? Convertible bridge notes are a creative option.
Here, we discuss three techniques that companies use to set goals for equity awards: distribution fitting, Monte Carlo simulation, and analyst estimates.
Relative TSR remains tricky to implement. Find out why certain mistakes happen and what companies can do to address them.
The 2019 Equilar Executive Compensation Summit took place in Nashville from June 19 to 21. Here are our key takeaways.
Terminating an executive has multiple consequences, all of which relate to—or are driven by—accounting rules. Here’s what to look out for.
Relative total shareholder return has had its share of bad press. But most of its problems are avoidable via a methodical, analytics-based design process.