Wednesday, January 14, 2015

January 29: Web - Board Preview: What's Next for Director Compensation

As the scope of Board responsibilities expands to include areas such as risk mitigation, shareholder communication and overall corporate strategy development, Directors face increased time commitments and accountabilities. The NACD’s annual report on Director compensation, developed with compensation consultancy Pearl Meyer & Partners, looks closely at the current range of corporate practices and pay program designs that affect Board structure and Director pay levels. Join us for a detailed review of findings from this special report. Each year, this highly anticipated study provides data on nearly 1,500 companies in a range of industries, from those with $50 million in revenue up to the largest U.S. companies. Our presenters will discuss the most likely trends and issues in Board pay for the upcoming 2015 proxy season.
Topics to be discussed include:
  • Compensation levels
  • Board pay structure
  • Director pay trends
  • Outlook for director pay.
Title:
Board Preview: What's Next for Director Compensation
Executive Compensation Series
When/Where:
January 29, 2015
2-3 p.m. (ET)
Webinar 
Speakers:
  • Richard Goeglein (moderator) is a director at Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc., and a member of its compliance and compensation committees. He has served on several company boards, including: AST Research; Platinum Software; Boomtown, Inc.; Holiday Corporation; Harrah’s Hotels and Casinos; and Residence Inns. Mr. Goeglein is a strategic partner of Return on Efficiency, LLC, an entity focused on a holistic risk-sharing approach to business transformation and turnarounds. 
  • Janice Koors is Managing Director with Pearl Meyer & Partners and head of the firm’s Chicago office. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field of executive compensation and performance measurement, with an emphasis on performance-based annual and long-term incentive design. 
  • Brett Herand is a Vice President in Pearl Meyer & Partners' Chicago office, where he works with Boards and management on executive compensation issues related to performance measurement, value creation and incentive plan design. He also provides technical advice on tax, accounting, and SEC regulatory issues. Mr. Herand works primarily with public companies across a range of industries including financial services, diversified services, consumer products, manufacturing, and metals and mining.

Credit:
1 credit - but check with your state to be sure.
Cost: 
Complimentary

By:
NACD - National Association of Corporate Directors

More Information And Registration
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A Tip O' The Hat to The Irreverant Lawyer for alerting me to this program!