Because the CD&A is a company’s primary engagement tool with investors, it must tell a company’s compensation story in a concise manner that investors will understand.
Its governance structure looked good on paper, but we know now that Toshiba ineffectively monitored its reporting. How can this be avoided?
Is there a governance angle to VW scandal, and Bank of America shareholders vote to keep dual chairman-CEO role.
It’s time to span the corporate governance globe to review important developments in July. Is Canada moving to one national securities regulator? What are proposed changes to the Shareholder Rights Directive?
The SEC has approved a rule that requires companies to compare CEO and average worker pay — the “pay ratio” rule. Will it be a useful tool for investors or simply a way to shame companies and their boards?
Should executives’ safety trump disclosing their pay? What is the future of dual-class shares in Hong Kong? Are there better returns in activist investing? These topics and more are examined in our June CorpGov Roundup.
Should long-term EU shareowners be rewarded, how South Korea’s chaebol system challenges minority stakeholders, why is The Economist telling Japanese investors not so fast?
France’s Florange Law, proxy season in the US, and the Saudi governance index make corporate governance headlines in April.
What do investors want from compensation disclosure? Clear, concise narrative of executive pay strategy.
It’s time to span the corporate governance globe to review important developments from the month of March.
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