The SEC’s Proposed Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure Rule Explored
In this two-hour live webcast, Equity Methods’ David Outlaw joins Nora McCord of Steven Hall & Partners, Ken Laverriere of Shearman & Sterling, and Steve O’Byrne of Shareholder Value Advisors to review the SEC’s proposed pay vs. performance disclosure rule.
The proposed rule, which was released on April 29, 2015, aims to provide shareholders with more clarity on companies’ executive compensation relative to financial performance over a trailing five-year period. The proposal brings with it numerous benefits and challenges from a variety of perspectives, and this multidisciplinary panel will explore these details from a legal, technical, and governance viewpoint.
Key topics include:
- Overview of the pay-for-performance disclosure
- The Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) requirement
- The pay-for-performance table
- Requirements for the disclosure rule
- Determining “executive compensation actually paid”
- The Paperwork Reduction Act
- Reporting requirements
- Total shareholder return (TSR)
- Covered SEC documents and issuers
- Transitional disclosure and new issuer relief
- Calculating actual compensation and cumulative TSR
- Best practices in reporting and compliance
Learn about the proposed rule’s likely effects on your reporting requirements and what you should do now to prepare for compliance.
This webinar is hosted by The Knowledge Group. Please click the link below to obtain access to the webinar recording.
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