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Deutsche Bank: How CGLytics Tools Inform Glass Lewis’ Pay and Governance Analysis

For public companies based in Germany, Glass Lewis’ assessment of a company’s remuneration practices balances quantitative data with a variety of qualitative considerations. Since its introduction in 2018, CGLytics’ data analysis has helped us understand [...]

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Persimmon plc: Building a Solid Foundation for Compensation Analysis Using CGLytics

Glass Lewis’ assessment of executive remuneration reflects a balance of quantitative and qualitative considerations, with CGLytics’ suite of tools underpinning the quantitative component. The Remuneration Analysis section, included in Proxy Papers for the UK and [...]

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CGLytics and Glass Lewis set a new standard for transparency in equity-based compensation

Newly released technology tests 11 key criteria that leading proxy advisor uses to assess plans [Amsterdam, London, San Francisco – September 19, 2019] – CGLytics, a leading global provider of governance data and analytics, and [...]

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Capri Holdings: CGLytics Use Case Into Executive Compensation Benchmarking

Glass Lewis’ two-pronged approach to executive compensation analysis in the North American market is delineated between the quantitative analysis and a qualitative assessment. The quantitative portion, while anchored by the pay for performance grade, incorporates [...]

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Greece’s Century-Old Corporate Law Gets an Update

After almost a hundred years on the books, Greek corporate law 2190/1920 is due for a shake up. Despite some improvements over the years, the current law is a remnant of a bygone era. In [...]

By |November 29, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Greece’s Century-Old Corporate Law Gets an Update

2019 Policy Guideline Updates: Netherlands, Germany, and Japan

Glass Lewis’ Policy Guidelines provide an overview of our approach to governance and proxy research. Updated guidelines are now available for the Netherlands, Germany, and Japan, and updates to other markets will be released soon. Current [...]

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2019 Policy Guideline Updates: United Kingdom, France, Italy, and more

Glass Lewis’ Policy Guidelines provide an overview of our approach to governance and proxy research. Updated guidelines are now available for Denmark, Continental Europe, Finland, France, Greece, Italy, Norway, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, and United Kingdom, and updates to other markets will be released soon. Current [...]

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2019 Policy Guideline Updates: United States, Canada, Shareholder Initiatives, Israel

Glass Lewis’ Policy Guidelines provide an overview of our approach to governance and proxy research. Updated guidelines are now available for the United States, Canada, Israel, and Shareholder Initiatives, and updates to other markets will be [...]

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Proxy Season Insider: June 5

Important highlights from upcoming meetings, provided by Glass Lewis' global research team Hospitality Properties Trust NASDAQ – June 14 Governance problems are a common theme among publicly traded REITs affiliated with The RMR Group, and [...]

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Amending 162(m): Tax Reform Implications on U.S. Executive Compensation

The “Tax Cut and Jobs Act” imposes significant reforms to the tax code that will impact households, businesses – and CEO bonuses. In particular, the act's ramifications may roll back executive compensation practices that have [...]

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