6th Annual Executive Compensation Summit

Thursday November 19, 2015 | 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM | Pacific Club, Newport Beach

2015: A Landmark Year for Executive Compensation
5 Years of Say-on-Pay Votes, Growing Investor Activity
and More SEC Rules

2015 marks the fifth anniversary of the Dodd-Frank Act and the culmination of five years of required say-on-pay votes.   During this period, executive compensation and governance practices have changed substantially.  In addition, in 2015 the SEC issued four sets of compensation rules in proposed or final form.  When these become effective they will further shape executive compensation, governance and disclosure practices in 2016 and beyond. 

Our panel, from director, institutional investor and legal perspectives, will provide a practical assessment of where we are today on public company compensation and where we may be headed, in order to enable directors and companies to be prepared to deal with the ever changing landscape.

 



WHEN

Thursday, November 19, 2015
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

WHERE
The Pacific Club
4110 MacArthur Blvd, Newport Beach

FEE
Member $50.00
Non-Member $85.00

 


Executive Compensation Summit Speakers:
Barrall, Jim Nahas Narita
Jim Barrall
Latham & Watkins LLP
Partner and
Global Co-chair,
Benefits & Compensation
Carolyn Nahas
Dine Equity
Director and
Compensation
Committee Member

Korn Ferry
Vice Chairman and
Senior Client Partner,
Board & CEO Services
Yumi Narita
BlackRock, Inc.
Vice President,
Americas Corporate Governance and Responsible Investment

 


Discussion Topics:
  • Where we are after five years of say-on-pay votes
  • The importance of pay-for-performance alignment
  • The uses (and abuses) of Total Shareholder Return as a performance metric
  • Update on the status and impacts of the SEC’s rules on the remaining Dodd-FrankFour Horsemen:  hedging, pay-vs-performance, CEO pay ratios and clawbacks
  • The growing influence of institutional investors and their policies, the impact of shareholder activists and the differences between the objectives and methods of active investors and  shareholder activists
  • How much do institutional investors really care about soon-to-be required proxy disclosures regarding CEO pay ratios and pay vs. performance
  • Director compensation lawsuits
  • How should directors and companies deal with all of this
The 6th Annual Executive Compensation Summit
is presented in partnership with our Supporting Sponsor
CSUF-M