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Glass Lewis Finalizes Transition from Equilar to CGLytics

Since 2006, Glass Lewis' Pay-for-Performance Model and its A-F grading system (the “P4P Methodology”), have been assessing the alignment of executive compensation with company performance to determine our quantitative assessment of Say on Pay proposals [...]

By |December 18, 2019|Blog, Press Releases|Comments Off on Glass Lewis Finalizes Transition from Equilar to CGLytics

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 [...]

By |September 10, 2019|Blog|Comments Off on Capri Holdings: CGLytics Use Case Into Executive Compensation Benchmarking

The Cost of Ink: Viacom’s Contracts and the Price of Executive Turbulence

The Viacom boardroom has been a messy place of late. Very public conflicts over the control of the company and aging mogul/executive chairman Sumner Redstone’s fortune turned a page in recent months, and the impact [...]

By |December 23, 2016|Blog|Comments Off on The Cost of Ink: Viacom’s Contracts and the Price of Executive Turbulence

(Proposed) Pay Versus Performance Disclosure Rule, At Long Last!

After five years of anticipation from investors, issuers and other interested parties, today the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission released a statement outlining a proposed rule requiring public companies to disclose in its proxy statements the [...]

By |April 29, 2015|Blog|Comments Off on (Proposed) Pay Versus Performance Disclosure Rule, At Long Last!
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