Review of FTSE 100 2018 Proxy Season – Getting ready for next proxy season

The report provides boards with key insights and takeaways from the 2018 proxy season, in order to aid preparation and ensure companies are adequately prepared to engage.

Getting Ready for the Next Proxy Season: 2018 FTSE 100 Proxy Review

In preparation for the 2019 proxy season, CGLytics has released its third annual FTSE 100 Proxy Season report. The report provides boards with key insights and takeaways from the 2018 proxy season, in order to aid preparation and ensure companies are adequately prepared to engage.

Key Takeaways:

The 2018 proxy season saw a higher dissent from shareholders on director re-elections than previous years. This sends a strong message to directors that they will be held directly accountable for their individual actions.

The report highlights an increasing focus from investors on key governance issues such as disclosure quality, director election, board effectiveness, CEO pay and Environmental Social Governance (ESG) practices.

Once again CEO pay continued to be a key theme with shareholders concerned with pay equity, transparency, executive pay levels, and pay for performance. In particular, pay for performance is a main area of concern for investors, and the CGLytics study shows that almost a third of the FTSE 100 companies have significant misalignment between pay and performance over a one and three year period.

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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.

Lessons Learned: An insight into Europe’s 50 largest cap companies’ engagement & compensation practice

As companies and institutional investors have started preparations for the upcoming proxy season, a number of key points can be drawn from last year’s season.

Lessons Learned:

An insight into Europe’s 50 largest cap companies’ engagement & compensation practice

As companies and institutional investors have started preparations for the upcoming proxy season, a number of key points can be drawn from last year’s season.

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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.

Mind the Gap: CEO Remuneration and the Scandinavian Corporate Governance Landscape

The corporate governance landscape has been changing and executive remuneration has been, and continues to be, a topical issue engaging the attention of investors, corporations, politicians, the media and society. Scandinavian corporations are not exempted from this phenomenon.

Mind the Gap: CEO Remuneration and the Scandinavian Corporate Governance Landscape

The corporate governance landscape has been changing and executive remuneration has been, and continues to be, a topical issue engaging the attention of investors, corporations, politicians, the media and society. Scandinavian corporations are not exempted from this phenomenon.

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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.

CEO Shareholding Guidelines: How Europe is catching up

The general overview of SHG in some of the large European countries have shown that majority of the markets do not have clear guidelines as to what the minimum shareholding of Executives should be.

CEO Shareholding Guidelines: How Europe is catching up

The general overview of SHG in some of the large European countries have shown that majority of the markets do not have clear guidelines as to what the minimum shareholding of Executives should be.

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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.

Japan’s Corporate Governance Landscape: The Case of Toshiba Corporation

The multibillion dollar company has a history spanning back over two centuries; however, recently it has been in the “hot seat” for being entangled in a variety of scandals ranging from improper accounting to bankrupt powerhouses.

Japan’s Corporate Governance Landscape: The Case of Toshiba Corporation

The multibillion dollar company has a history spanning back over two centuries; however, recently it has been in the “hot seat” for being entangled in a variety of scandals ranging from improper accounting to bankrupt powerhouses.

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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.

FTSE 100 Pay for Performance Landscape: When the Proxy season dust has settled

As the proxy season dust has settled, DirectorInsight is releasing its 4th consecutive report on the pay of the CEO’s of UK’s largest listed companies.

FTSE 100 Pay for Performance Landscape: When the Proxy season dust has settled

As the proxy season dust has settled, DirectorInsight is releasing its 4th consecutive report on the pay of the CEO’s of UK’s largest listed companies.

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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.

‘Pas-for-Performance INDEX’ Maakt Beloningspraktijken AEX-Fondsen Inzichtelijk

Persbericht: DirectorInsight lanceert vandaag de eerste ‘Pay-for-Performance Index’. Op basis van nauwkeurige analyse is inzichtelijk gemaakt hoe de beloning van de CEO’s van de 25 Nederlandse AEX-fondsen zich verhoudt tot de prestaties van die bedrijven.

‘Pas-for-Performance INDEX’ Maakt Beloningspraktijken AEX-Fondsen Inzichtelijk

Persbericht: DirectorInsight lanceert vandaag de eerste ‘Pay-for-Performance Index’. Op basis van nauwkeurige analyse is inzichtelijk gemaakt hoe de beloning van de CEO’s van de 25 Nederlandse AEX-fondsen zich verhoudt tot de prestaties van die bedrijven.

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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.

Part 3: Are You Ready to Rumble? Ceo Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

This report provides an analysis for 86 companies in the FTSE 100 as well as their CEO pay and financial performance.

Part 3: Are You Ready to Rumble? Ceo Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

This is DirectorInsight’s third release of the 2017 FTSE 100 CEO Pay for Performance report. The previous report “Are you ready to rumble Part 2” contained an analysis for 76 companies in the FTSE 100. This report provides an analysis for 86 companies in the FTSE 100 as well as their CEO pay and financial performance.

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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.

Part 2 Are You Ready to Rumble? Ceo Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

This report provides an analysis for 76 companies in the FTSE 100, their CEO pay and financial performance, using total shareholder return (TSR ) as the key financial performance metric, over a one year, three year and five year period.

Part 2 Are You Ready to Rumble? Ceo Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

This is DirectorInsight’s second release of the 2017 FTSE 100 CEO Pay for Performance report. The previous report “Are you ready to rumble” contained an analysis for 50 companies in the FTSE 100. This report provides an analysis for 76 companies in the FTSE 100, their CEO pay and financial performance, using total shareholder return (TSR ) as the key financial performance metric, over a one year, three year and five year period.

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Latest Industry News, Views & Information

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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.

Are You Ready to Rumble? CEO Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

At the 2016 UK AGM season, investors set an unprecedented trend in corporate governance. FTSE 100 bosses faced revolts over remuneration report votes during a heated series of AGMs that featured defeats and protests over pay at some of Britain’s biggest companies.

Are You Ready to Rumble? CEO Pay for Performance – 2017 FTSE100 Proxy Season

At the 2016 UK AGM season, investors set an unprecedented trend in corporate governance. FTSE 100 bosses faced revolts over remuneration report votes during a heated series of AGMs that featured defeats and protests over pay at some of Britain’s biggest companies.

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Latest Industry News, Views & Information

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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.