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Sec Proposes Anticipated Rules on Pay-Versus-Performance Disclosure

On April 29, 2015, the SEC, in a 3-2 vote of the SEC Commissioners, approved proposed rules (the “pay-versus-performance disclosure”) that would require an issuer to disclose the relationship between the issuer’s executive compensation and the issuer’s financial performance. 822 more words

SEC Rulemaking And Guidance

#CorpGov #CEO #CFO #Proxy Alert: SEC Proposes Dodd-Frank Amendments to Create #AlignedValue in Equity Ownership

On February 9th, 2015 SEC Commissioner Luis A. Aguilar released proposed amendments to Section 955 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. 440 more words


#AlignedValue: Is there #NoSubstitute for expertise on FORTUNE 500 boards?

I found Emilie Feldman’s research intriguing.  She suggests that Director incentives might only be effective when combined with “expertise”.  Emilie labeled non-expert outside directors “significant ownership, low expertise” (a/k/a “SOLE”), and uses the following criteria to define SOLE directors: 388 more words


Polaris Industries Saddened by the Loss of Board Member William G. Van Dyke

MINNEAPOLIS, MN – September 8, 2014 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Polaris Industries Inc. (NYSE: PII), announced with great sorrow that board member William G. 382 more words


Nasdaq Revises Compensation Committee Requirements – Again

By: Daniele Ouellette Levy

Nasdaq recently amended its listing rules regarding the independence of compensation committee members. The latest amendment comes on the heels of an amendment approved by Nasdaq in early 2013 which imposed new independence requirements on members of compensation committees. 171 more words

Public Companies

BOT Election: Boosting Alumni Participation

At the November meeting of the Board of Trustees’ governance and long-range planning committee, the discussion centered around how to increase participation in the alumni trustee election. 1,109 more words

Alumni Association

NASDAQ Proposal to Amend its Independence Standards for Compensation Committee Members Is Effective

Last week we blogged that NASDAQ proposed to amend its independence standards for compensation committee members, which amendments would align NASDAQ’s approach to compensation committee independence with that employed by the NYSE.   44 more words

SEC Rulemaking And Guidance