Compensation Committees Tag

By Jeff McCutcheon and Rich McGinley Given the rapid growth in share repurchase arrangements, we believe it is necessary for compensation committees to closely review the relationship between buybacks and incentives and carefully consider the role of unintended consequences within the executive performance management process.  In...

Private companies are increasingly adopting public company governance practices such as using formal Compensation Committees consisting of internal or external Board members.  Unlike publicly traded companies where a Compensation Committee is a requirement, private companies establish formal Compensation Committees for reasons such as the desire...

By Dave Ryan Given the important and sensitive nature of compensation, I believe that credible and well-managed compensation programs are important to every company’s success. All companies face challenges like competition for critical talent, rapid changes in the business environment, and increasing investor, legislative or regulatory...