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05 - 06 May, 2015

This conference offers a valuable opportunity to engage in compensation discussions on assessing pay/performance relationships, balancing external expectations of good governance, investor perspectives and alignment with sound long-term business strategy.

When it comes to effective executive compensation programs, achieving and demonstrating pay for performance alignment is critical. But executive compensation is now much more complicated and new issues are constantly confronting chief executive officers, human resource professionals and members of compensation committees. 

Attend this conference to:

ENGAGE in discussions on assessing pay/performance relationships, on peer group analysis, and balancing external expectations of good governance, investor outreach and alignment with business strategy

LEARN the latest in compensation developments, techniques and lasting principles for providing effective compensation to senior executives and communicating these principles in the Proxy and to investors

CONNECT with leading directors, senior human resource executives, C-suite officers and investors on practical guidance and actionable ideas for best practices in achieving and demonstrating the best and enduring executive compensation practices

Who Should Attend:

Compensation Committee members, Chief Executive Officers and Human Resource, Legal and Communications executives who are accountable to shareholders for executive compensation matters. Attendees in the past have come from public, private and non-profit companies.  

Agenda Topics Will Include:

Current State of Compensation

Review of 2015 Proxy Season – What are the new issues?

How are Investors Reacting to Executive Compensation Disclosures and Company Outreach?

Identifying, Attracting and Retaining Key Executives
Perspectives on a career in Executive Compensation Consulting – history, current challenges for Compensation Committees and HR Leaders and a look at our future.

This Year Challenges for Executive Compensation Committees and Best Practices

The Changing Face of Compensation Governance and its Outcomes

Innovative Long-Term Incentive Compensation Plan Designs

Telling your Compensation Story in the Proxy

Chief Risk Officers Perspectives on Executive Compensation

More to come, check back for more details!

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