Center On Executive Compensation
Tim Bartl is President of the Center of Executive Compensation, a Washington, DC-based research and advocacy organization dedicated to providing a reasoned perspective on executive compensation. In that role, he is responsible for overseeing all of the Center’s operations. The Center is a division of HR Policy Association.
Mr. Bartl has significant experience in executive compensation policy, and has been active in advocating for clearer disclosure of pay and performance, approaches for addressing incentives and risk, clawbacks, and opposition to a mandated say on pay. He is a frequent speaker and writer on executive compensation policy.
Mr. Bartl has served as the Assistant General Counsel and Vice President of Corporate Affairs at HR Policy Association since 2000. In that role, was responsible for helping develop and articulate the association’s positions on legislative and regulatory changes involving executive compensation taxation, disclosure and governance. He is the author of Executive Compensation in Competitive Markets: The Transformation of Executive Pay and What It Means for Shareholders, Policymakers and the General Public, a monograph which details the substantial changes in governance and executive compensation that occurred between 2000 and 2005.
Mr. Bartl formerly served as Legislative Director and Counsel to former Rep. Steve Gunderson (D-WI), and is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School.