Financial Times | Most Directors Say Clawback Policies ‘Are Sufficient’: Survey

In the Financial Times today, Greg Lau, head of our Board Advisory Practice, is featured in an article on directors’ views on clawback policies. Writing for the FT’s Agenda, reporter Tony Chapelle states in his piece, “Most Directors Say Clawback Policies ‘Are Sufficient’: Survey”: More corporate boards are setting policies on clawing back executives’ pay […]

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Financial Times | What Does Proxy Access Mean for Director Pay?

Greg Lau, head of our Board Advisory Practice, is featured this week in the Financial Times’ Agenda for a comprehensive article on activism, proxy access, and director compensation. In his piece, “What Does Proxy Access Mean for Director Pay?”, senior reporter Tony Chapelle writes: Yet activists have begun winning more board seats in less time. […]

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Financial Times | Boards Get Strategic When Picking Directors

Carter Burgess, head of our Board Recruiting Practice, was featured recently in the Financial Times‘ Agenda, a boardroom resource platform providing the most influential source of intelligence for today’s corporate directors. In his piece, “Boards Get Strategic When Picking Directors”, author Marc Hogan writes: Nom-gov chairs are being more strategic about how they recruit new […]

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