Convertible bonds are debt instruments that promise a specific cash flow stream. In today’s economy, they offer a unique value proposition. Here’s why.
Five experts weigh in on COVID-19 guidance from ISS and what it means for restoring incentives in long-term incentive plans.
CARES Act assistance has total compensation limits affecting all employees who made over $425,000 in 2019. Here’s what you need to know—and what we still don’t know—about these limitations.
Here’s what management teams need to know when weighing potential modifications to outstanding incentive awards—including incentive restoration solutions, implications, and accounting and proxy rules.
The one-two punch from COVID-19 and the March 2020 oil shock is a reminder of why relative metrics belong in virtually every long-term incentive plan.
Learn how companies can take COVID-19 into account when setting new performance goals and evaluating progress on outstanding performance awards.
In this blog post, we discuss what a promotion equity study seeks to identify, how it’s conducted, and what it can reveal about an organization.
How does COVID-19 make the case for relative performance metrics? Here’s what total rewards leaders and compensation committees can learn.
We unpack the SEC’s clarification that proxy advisors engage in proxy solicitation, as well as the implications this has for executive compensation.
We demystify the relationship between an award’s grant date(s) and service inception date(s), with lessons learned from novel client cases.