According to a recent Towers Watson survey of 135 U.S. publicly traded companies, 51 percent expect to hold annual “say-on-pay” votes, while 39 percent prefer a vote every three years and 10 percent anticipate biennial votes.
Interestingly, nearly… READ MORE ›
After months of anticipation, staff of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released their long-awaited study of the obligations of those who provide investment advice to retail investors, as mandated by the… READ MORE ›
A series of radio ads highly critical of Wall Street pay began airing this week in New York City. The radio spots — which lament that bankers, brokers, and money managers… READ MORE ›