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Understanding ESG & Annual Incentive Plan

Understanding ESG & Annual Incentive Plan ESG refers to a series of environmental, social and governance criteria taken into consideration by the funds during the investing process. Investing in ESG funds allows shareholders to support companies in transition, that wish to act and develop in a more sustainable and responsible manner. In practice, many indicators … Continue reading “Understanding ESG & Annual Incentive Plan”

Pay for Performance: The Largest Institutional Investors’ View

Pay for Performance: The Largest Institutional Investors’ View   Executive compensation has been one of the trickiest issues within the corporate governance space as of late. Across the board, there seems to be no end in sight to finding the perfect compensation package or philosophy for corporate executives. In this article, we will discuss the … Continue reading “Pay for Performance: The Largest Institutional Investors’ View”

How to design your peer group for compensation benchmarking

How to design your peer group for compensation benchmarking   Given the scrutiny on executive compensation in recent years, it is critical to make sure that your company’s executive pay reflects its performance and aligns with the market. Therefore, it is essential for companies to have an appropriate peer group for performance benchmarking, compensation program … Continue reading "How to design your peer group for compensation benchmarking"

5 Long Term Incentive Plans Overwhelmingly Voted by Investors

5 Long Term Incentive Plans Overwhelmingly Voted by Investors Executive’s remuneration consists of fixed and variable elements. The fixed element component of Executive compensation consists of the base salary and pension of the executives. This element of pay is usually independent of performance, meaning that they will be paid regardless of the executive’s performance.  Due … Continue reading "5 Long Term Incentive Plans Overwhelmingly Voted by Investors"

How to Design your Annual Incentive Plan During a Pandemic

How to design your annual incentive plan during a pandemic   The novel COVID-19 pandemic has impacted many areas of the current landscape, including the socio-economic landscape and macroeconomic environment. Initially it was difficult to predict how long the pandemic was likely to last, however it has certainly continued longer than initial indications led us … Continue reading "How to Design your Annual Incentive Plan During a Pandemic"

How the SEC’s new proxy voting rules will impact executive compensation

There are many software applications and tools now available to support compensation decisions, but what should be taken into consideration before purchasing? This 5-minute guide details what Compensation Committees, Heads of Reward and Compensation Professionals should take into account when selecting software and tools for Say-on-Pay decisions.

The Energy Industry and Covid-19: Chesapeake Energy as a case study

  The Energy Industry and Covid-19: Chesapeake Energy as a case study   On June 28, 2020, Fracking pioneer Chesapeake Energy Corporation filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, becoming the largest oil-and-gas company to file for bankruptcy protection during the coronavirus pandemic. The oil and gas industry is currently undergoing an unprecedented price collapse that many have cited as … Continue reading “The Energy Industry and Covid-19: Chesapeake Energy as a case study”

Shareholders file numerous class action lawsuits against pro wrestling titan WWE

WWE’s lawsuits claim executives took actions without the best interest of shareholders in mind. CGLytics has analyzed the board of directors of WWE, using tools found in the CGLytics software platform. Insights reveal a lack of finance, governance, and technology experience on the board.

Activist Investor Focus in 2020

View the facts and figures of activist investor campaigns in 2020. What have been the key target areas and how can companies be better prepared?

S&P 500 Banking Industry’s Response to COVID-19

CGLytics examines how S&P 500 banks responded to the volatility of the pandemic prior to the Fed’s announcement to cap bank dividends and prohibit share repurchases until Q4 following its annual stress test of banks.

Azimut: Underlying issues result in shareholder revolt

Azimut is an asset management company that currently trades on the Italian stock market and is part of the blue-chip index of the Italian market (FTSE MIB).
Azimut’s remuneration planning and practices have not impressed their shareholders for some years now. This article examines why.

How to independently and efficiently benchmark executive compensation for Say-on-Pay

There are many software applications and tools now available to support compensation decisions, but what should be taken into consideration before purchasing? This 5-minute guide details what Compensation Committees, Heads of Reward and Compensation Professionals should take into account when selecting software and tools for Say-on-Pay decisions.

Ubisoft’s sexual misconduct scandal reveals governance gaps

CGLytics reviews Ubisoft’s board and corporate governance practices after accusations of widespread, systemic sexual misconduct. How does Ubisoft’s board diversity, board effectiveness and director expertise measure up?

Ontex Group’s remuneration report voted down for the fourth consecutive year

With shareholders voting against the Ontex Group’s remuneration report for four consecutive years, CGLytics has conducted a review of the company’s CEO pay for performance against peers.

CNBC Report: More activist investors to focus on corporate governance and executive pay

This week CGLytics CEO discussed the increase in activist investor activity with CNBC Street Signs. New research from CGLytics reveals that activist investors are broadening their focus.

Aston Martin: Speeding Towards 8th Bankruptcy or Revitalization?

A skill-deficient board led to the overestimation of Aston Martin’s market appeal. How does the introduction of new CEO Tobias Moers impact Aston Martin’s board composition, skillset, and expertise?

Wirecard Pre- and Post-Scandal: A Board Effectiveness Analysis

This article examines Wirecard’s corporate governance practices, board effectiveness score compared to their DAX and sector peers, and shortfalls in board expertise pre- and post-scandal. is on a mission is on a mission to assert its dominance as one of the world’s leading online food delivery service providers. Mergers and acquisitions have resulted in an increase in bonuses for the CEO and the board, plus an improvement in board structure.

Tesco’s Shareholders Vote Against the Approval of Directors’ Remuneration Report

At Tesco’s AGM on Friday June 26, 2020, two-thirds of the shareholders voted against the resolution to approve the Directors’ remuneration report. Find out why

Diversity on the Board? Metrics Used by Fortune 100 Companies

Examining the diversity of Fortune 100 boards and questioning the metrics currently used to disclose diversity. Are Fortune 100 companies providing the complete picture?

Boeing, We Have a Problem: Starliner’s Debut and the Role of Governance in Spaceflight

Boeing’s issues with the Starliner launch reveals potential Corporate Governance deficiencies. A review of The Boeing Company’s Board skills and expertise suggests a lack of Technology experience amongst Board members. How did this impact the Starliner’s test flight?

Bennett and the Ashford Companies: Corporate Governance Pitfalls and Lessons

The companies controlled by hotelier Monty Bennett have seen controversy for exploiting a government loan program designed to help small businesses. Learn how misaligned Pay for Performance, and an unbalanced board, can result in poor decision-making and increase governance risk.

AMP Receives Second “First Strike” Within Three Years

This article examines AMP Limited’s governance practices, board of directors’ skills and expertise, and their CEO Pay for Performance, to undestand why it found itself in hot water with the Australian Royal Commission.

In the Headlights: Understanding the Pay for Performance of USA Truck, Inc.

The 2020 AGM of USA Truck Inc. saw a much lower approval rate of its executive compensation program than previous years. A Pay for Performance analysis by CGLytics reveals why.

NMC Scandal and its Corporate Governance

The board of NMC Health lacked key financial expertise. A review of NMC’s board effectiveness and composition reveals what may have led to poor decision-making and the financial scandal.

COVID-19: Changes to Executive and Shareholder Pay in Europe’s Biggest Banks

To evaluate the financial industry’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, CGLytics reviews the executive compensation changes and dividend amendments of 20 listed banks across Europe.

Can Tesco Escape a Revolt on their Remuneration Report?

Will Tesco be confronted with shareholder revolt after its remuneration committee decided to remove Ocado from its custom peer index? Only time will tell with the Annual General Meeting scheduled for June 26, 2020.

2020 CEO Pay Review: The Top 50 Highest Paid CEOs

As proxy season progresses and companies file their annual reports, CGLytics surveys the world’s highest paid CEOs (so far) and looks at how executive compensation has grown since the last year.

ProPetro: The Intricacy of Related Party Transactions and Effective Board Supervision

A review of ProPetro’s Board Effectiveness and corporate governance practices in the wake of their scandal. Is there a way their governance issues could have been detected earlier?

AGMs: Tactics for a Plague Year

In a time of crisis and confusion, shareholders are more eager than ever to get answers from their boards and management. Yet holding traditional AGMs is nearly impossible. What are the best options for running AGMs during a plague year?

A diverse supervisory board: This is how to unlock a wealth of talent

Aniel Mahabier, CEO of governance data specialist CGLytics, welcomes the fact that selection committees are using corporate governance analytics to assess the diversity of their own supervisory board. Technology is bridging the gap between the available talent and the knowledge and experience that committees already have in-house.

What’s your flavor? Companies get a taste of CEO pay for the proxy season

This article, originally published in Dutch in Mgmt. Scope, CGLytics examines CEO compensation issues going into the 2020 proxy season

CEO Pay Continues to Increase, but Performance Often Lags

Shareholders, including large institutional investors, are continuing the growing momentum to link executive pay to company performance.

Glass Lewis New Peer Group Methodology for Say on Pay

Due to Glass Lewis now using CGLytics data to power their Say on Pay recommendations and adapting their methodology to peer-based approach, what is the impact on companies’ pay for performance gradings?

Gender diversity in Spanish boardrooms

In Spain, the Comision Nacional de Mercado de Valores (CNMV), has put a series of changes to the corporate governance code of public companies under consultation. This is widely regarded as one of the most relevant proposed amendments relating to gender diversity in boardrooms.

Randstad make data-based decisions going into the AGM season

“At Randstad we are looking at the remuneration policy on a continual basis and it’s an important topic. Prior to the AGM we want to fully understand how all our stakeholders look at our remuneration policy. “

Thiam Tidjane exits Credit Suisse

On February 7, 2020, Credit Suisse Group AG announced that CEO Tidjane Thiam has resigned. The announcement came amid allegations that Credit Suisse spied on former board members, a scandal that led to the departure of Pierre-Olivier Bouée, its Chief Operating Officer in October 2019.

Reflection on 2019 Executive Pay: Belgium and Luxembourg

In the recent report published by PwC, using CGLytics data and analytics, the critical trends from the 2019 proxy season for Belgium and Luxembourg listed companies surrounding executive compensation were revealed.

Concern over Wesfarmers’ executive pay?

Wesfarmers, which owns some of Australia’s most recognizable brands, sees concerns from shareholders and proxy advisors regarding its CEO and executive pay during the last proxy season

The DOs and DON’Ts when rethinking incentive plans

Why have 75% of first-time say-on-pay votes failed in 2019? A large number of negative votes can be attributed to incentives. Companies need to rethink their incentive plans and make sure metrics truly benchmark performance.

Sims Metal Management: Tracking Pay for Performance Over Time

A key element in an assessment of remuneration outcomes is the payout track record and payout variability over several years. Sophisticated remuneration structures should result in pay outcomes which vary in line with performance.

Remuneration policy: Directors reward attracts more and more attention

A well-founded remuneration policy is no longer optional. The new European Shareholder Rights Directive demands transparency around remuneration of directors.

Blue Sky Downfall – What went wrong?

While no company wants to find itself in a state of voluntary administration, it is a stark reality faced by the Australian-based fund manager Blue Sky Alternative Investments Limited. The company is currently undergoing administration, following years of challenging circumstances starting as early as 2017.

Harvey Norman AGM; Strike 2 in the making?

Harvey Norman’s Annual General Meeting is to be held this Wednesday November 27, 2019. With leading independent proxy advisor CGI Glass Lewis advising to vote against the reappointment of the company’s chief executive, Katie Page, and the remuneration report, the gloves are off.

Boeing: What has been done? And will that be enough?

Will changes to Boeing’s board be enough to sharpen focus on product and safety going forward? This article examines Boeing’s corporate governance practices and current board expertise, bringing to light some interesting findings.

Pressure from stakeholders brings about change

In an increasing number of companies, remuneration based on short-term results is giving way to a remuneration structure based on long-term performance. Companies should be able to indicate how the CEO’s remuneration contributes to long-term value creation, and be prepared to discuss their performance in this area.

SRD II and the ramifications for disclosure obligations

With the proxy season fast approaching SRD II is top of mind. Learn about the implications SRD II will have on disclosure of executive pay and corporate goverannce.

How Glass Lewis improved their executive compensation analysis and Say on Pay recommendations for European markets

Andrew Gebelin from Glass Lewis talks through how he and his team of analysts have benefited from using the CGLytics data and tools to improve their executive compensation analysis and Say on Pay recommendations for European markets.

Basic Energy Services, Inc. (BAS): Hitting the Brakes on Dilutive Granting Practices

Basic Energy Services, Inc. could well have benefited from some foresight when plotting out the award schedule under its new 2019 Long-Term Incentive Plan. Glass Lewis use their equity compensation model to examine the shareholder opposition and how it could have been potentially avoided.

GlaxoSmithKline: Hampton’s departure gives a sense of unfinished business

CGLytics’ examines the board expertise and director interlocks of GSK both pre- and post-appointment of Mr. Jonathan Symonds, following Philip Hampton’s resignation as Chairman.

The increasing trend of shareholder opposition to executive pay

Votes against executive remuneration are growing. In this article we look at this change in the European indices and the S&P500.

Deutsche Bank: How CGLytics Tools Inform Glass Lewis’ Pay and Governance Analysis

Glass Lewis’ assessment of executive remuneration reflects a balance of quantitative and qualitative considerations, with CGLytics’ suite of tools underpinning the quantitative component. In the following discussion, we review the quantitative assessment with respect to Deutsche Bank, using CGLytics’ analytical tools.

Shutterfly: A Glass Lewis Use Case

Glass Lewis takes a look at the recent proposed amendment to the Shutterfly equity compensation program and the response from shareholders.

Tailoring Executive Remuneration Analysis Using CGLytics: Persimmon plc

Glass Lewis’ assessment of executive remuneration reflects a balance of quantitative and qualitative considerations, with CGLytics’ suite of tools underpinning the quantitative component. In the following discussion, we review the quantitative assessment with respect to Persimmon plc, using CGLytics’ analytical tools.

WeWork’s initial public offering

WeWork has had a tumultuous build-up to their IPO. Many investors were hesitant to back the company as their corporate governance policies did not meet their standards. CGLytics looks at some of the key factors that created controversy.

Equity Incentive Schemes: Examining the rationale behind shareholder rejection

Two historical examples of organizations that have had their stock option plans rejected by shareholders include Red Lion Hotels and HomeAway. How could they have reduced the likelihood of rejected plans? Read to find out

The increasing popularity of linking equity compensation to socially responsible practices

Social responsibility is an increasing priority for corporates, reflecting changing pressures from stakeholders and society. In this article CGLytics looks at the trend of linking executive equity compensation to responsible social practices.

The Effect of Executive Departures on Company Performance

The Executive Management Team plays a pivotal role in the performance of a company. The dismissal or exit of one or more executives is often accompanied by a change in strategy. However, this isn’t always perceived as a positive change by investors.

Capri Holdings – A Glass Lewis Use Case into Executive Compensation Benchmarking

In this use case, Glass Lewis examine the “additional considerations” regarding the quantitative examination with respect to Capri Holdings, Inc. (formerly Michael Kors Holdings Ltd.) using CGLytics’ analytical tools.

Interlocking Directorates: Looking for signs of collusion, conflict of interest and overboarding

Conflicts of interest, collusion and the overboarding of directors have been known to grab the attention of the biggest media outlets. As many companies are unfortunately aware. How can this be avoided right from the start?

The Billionaire Battle Over Oil Part 2: The Oil Giant’s Resolve

In the second part of The Billionaire Battle Over Oil, we look at the outcome of the proposed deal between Occidental Petroleum and Anadarko.

Barrick Gold Corp, Acacia Mining and Turbulence in Tanzania

Barrick Gold Corp, Acacia Mining and Turbulence in Tanzania Issues involving the mining industry and corporate governance practices are nothing new. And Barrick Gold’s recently deal with Acacia Mining is no exception. After multiple negotiations and tradeoffs in the past, Acacia Mining has agreed to Barrick, the majority shareholder, buying out the remaining minority shareholders. … Continue reading "Barrick Gold Corp, Acacia Mining and Turbulence in Tanzania"

Proxy Season Lookback: CGG marks first binding ‘non’ on pay in France – A guest blog by Glass Lewis

The 2019 season marked the second opportunity for French shareholders’ to cast retrospective binding votes on executive compensation. And for the first time, shareholder votes prevented the payment of a bonus award, as well as the implementation of a new pay policy.

Correcting Founder’s Syndrome: Executive Compensation Practices at Ralph Lauren

Ahead of the Ralph Lauren AGM, CGLytics looks at how CEO pay has changed since the founder’s exit, and how the nominations change the board composition.

2019 CEO Pay Review: The Top 50 Highest Paid CEOs

As proxy season progresses and companies file their annual reports, CGLytics surveys the world’s highest paid CEOs (so far) and looks at how executive compensation has grown since the last year.

FirstGroup Take Another Ride on the Activist Train

Over the past nine months, FirstGroup plc has been the target of an activist campaign from New York-based hedge fund, Coast Capital. One of the main critiques by the activist investor was regarding the governance structure, specifically the composition of the board. Utilizing CGLytics’ analytics and tools in its platform, we show how FirstGroup could have spotted governance red flags to possibly avoid this situation.

The Billionaire Battle over Anadarko

Much noise has been made around the USD 38 billion hard-fought acquisition of Anadarko Petroleum by Occidental Petroleum and the hotbed of disagreement. An analysis of Occidental’s board, using CGLytics board insight tool, yields telling results.

A glance into Slack’s CEO pay

Slack Technologies recently started trading on the NYSE. In the company’s S-1 statement, the company does not disclose precisely what the pay structure will be for the coming year. Utilizing CGLytics’ Peer Composer tool, a hypothetical peer group from a data universe coverage of over 5,500 global companies was constructed for Slack, to determine the possible pay structure.

CSR Limited: Strike One on Remuneration Report

At the CSR Limited AGM in June 2019, the remuneration report received 34% of votes cast against which constitutes a first strike for the purposes of the corporations ACT 2001. CGLytics looks at the alignment of pay against performance and some of the key drivers behind the investor response.

Bed Bath & Beyond: Cleaning House

New Jersey-based company Bed Bath & Beyond has recently become the target of an activist campaign. CGLytics examines the drivers, the response and the outcomes of this campaign.

Facebook: Increasing Shareholder Pressure Exerted on Zuckerberg’s Role as Chairman

In this article, CGLytics examines the increasing pressure on Facebook to split the roles of Chair and CEO from founder Mark Zuckerberg and the implications on the company’s future.

In the Spotlight – Burberry, the fashion house’s say on pay in focus

Ahead of the Burberry AGM later this month, CGLytics examines the executive compensation components of the proxy vote proposals.

Data puts CEO rewards into perspective in the Netherlands

In this article, originally published in Dutch in Mgmt. Scope, CGLytics examines CEO pay in the Netherlands and how it is one of the hottest topics in shareholder discussions.

In the spotlight: EQT Corporation Proxy Statement

In this article, CGLytics takes a look at the upcoming EQT Corporation AGM resolutions and how the CGLytics platform analytics can help promote engagement between the company and shareholders.

Debenhams: The Fall of a High Street Chain

Following the entry into administration of Debenhams, CGLytics takes a look at some of the key governance analytics, and how they could have been indicators that change was needed

McKesson Versus the State of West Virginia

Drug distribution companies are experiencing significant reputational and financial risks as a result of the Opioid Crisis in the US. In this article we take a look at how a lack of regulatory and risk experience may have impacted the McKesson Corporation.

Barclays, Bramson, and Lessons Learned

Barclays, one of the UK’s largest banks recently has recently come under attack by activist investor Edward Bramson. CGLytics takes a look at the drivers behind the attack and how Barclay’s responded.

Growing Expectations of Director Responsibilities and Evolving Attitudes Towards Overboarding

CGLytics takes a look at how the role of the board is changing, and how directors are having to rapidly become experts in a range of topics in which they have little to no previous experience.

Uber: Culture Clash

CGLytics takes a look at the recent IPO of Uber and how negative stories and scandals led to lower than expected interest

Tesla: a lesson in lion taming

In this article, CGLytics takes a look at the governance of Tesla and the measures in place to ensure consistent shareholder engagement.

Sainsbury’s and Asda: The Monopoly That Never Was

CGLytics examines some of the key drivers behind the rejected merger of Asda and Sainsbury’s.

The Top 50 Highest Paid CEOs

As proxy season progresses and companies file their annual reports, CGLytics surveys the world’s highest paid CEOs (so far) and looks at how executive compensation has grown since the last year.

The EU Shareholder Rights Directive: The implications for executive compensation in Belgium and Luxembourg

The corporate governance landscape is changing. Listed EU companies are increasingly subject to more disclosure and transparency requirements while executive compensation is now under greater scrutiny than ever. In this article CGLytics takes a look at the implications of the EU Shareholder Rights Directive on executive compensation in Belgium and Luxembourg

The case of Superdry: The dynamics of corporate governance and equity control

CGLytics reviews the recent upheaval of the Superdry board, and how these developments have set an unprecedented case in Corporate Governance.

Gender Diversity In Australia

CGLytics explores boardroom gender diversity in Australia, with a particular focus on the upcoming ASX diversity targets.

Waivers Of Mandatory Retirement Ages And Company Performance

CGLytics examines the costs and benefits of waiving the mandatory retirement age for directors, elaborating upon aspects of the S&P 500: Increasing Boardroom Diversity Report.

Disney, 21st Century Fox, Bob Iger, and the Search For His Successor

CGLytics uses its Executive Pay and Pay for Performance Modelling Tools to look at the recent merger with 21st Century Fox, the value Disney’s CEO has bought to the company’s shareholders and how he has been compensated, and some of the challenges potential successors face.

Swedbank CFO Back At the Wheel

A Case Study in the Need for Active Succession Planning. CGLytics looks at how the impact of scandal and the departure of the CEO has caused turmoil at Swedbank

Dominant themes from the 2018 AEX proxy season and what to expect in 2019

During the 2018 Dutch proxy season, shareholders actively engaged in a range of governance matters, with CEO remuneration remaining a key focus for stakeholders and widely publicised by the media. And, as always, the upcoming 2019 proxy season is likely to be influenced by happenings from the previous year.

AI in the Boardroom: Fantasy or Reality?

While the exact role of AI in the boardroom in up for debate, the question remains: has the Robo Director come of age?

Younger directors on S&P 500 boards show positive effect on companies’ performance 

Bringing younger directors into the boardroom does not only add value in terms of unique perspectives and improved innovation, but also impacts company performance

S&P 500 companies are listening: One third of new board appointments in 2018 were women

Gender diversification on boards was a prominent issue in 2018 and shareholders had never been more explicit in their expectations of companies.

Action needed despite third of new S&P 500 board appointments being women

Gender diversification on boards was a prominent issue last year, and shareholders have never been more explicit in their expectations of companies, writes Aniel Mahabier

What’s New for the 2019 Proxy Season?

By looking at the UK, which currently has the spotlight on corporate governance practices, we can be sure that company boards will be compelled to implement good governance practices.

Be prepared: Learnings from the UK 2018 proxy season

The UK is at the forefront of shareholder concern of good corporate governance practices. In a climate of increasing proactive shareholder engagement, the CGLytics FTSE 100 2018 proxy season review evaluates underlying trends to provide unique insights for being prepared for the forthcoming season.

What is ESG?

What is ESG? ESG (Environmental, social and governance) criteria are of increasing interest to companies, their investors and other stakeholders. With growing concern about he ethical status of quoted companies, these standards are the central factors that measure the ethical impact and sustainability of investment in a company. ESG factors cover a wide spectrum of … Continue reading "What is ESG?"

What is Corporate Governance?

Corporate governance is the system of rules, procedures and processes by which a company is controlled and directed. In practice, governance is concerned with balancing the combined interests of a company’s stakeholders, including shareholders, management, staff, customers, suppliers and the community in which it operates.

CGLytics is a leading Corporate Governance Analytics provider, delivering unique insights, real-time data and benchmarking tools, in a single convenient software solution.

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