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Methodology Update

Glass Lewis is now using CGLytics governance data. As announced, Glass Lewis will no longer use Equilar data from January 1, 2020 in their Pay-for-Performance Model and Peer Methodology.

The new methodology to create Glass Lewis’ peers has an eight-fold increase in the number of independent tests applied to a company’s self-disclosed peers, resulting in a 14% reduction in the overlap between a company’s self-disclosed peers and the peers that Glass Lewis uses to assess pay-for-performance and award grades.

Gain insights into how the methodology informs pay for performance and award grades and learn how CGLytics can bring you powerful analytics tools as Glass Lewis’ exclusive partner in the space.

Aaron Bertinetti, Senior Vice President, Research and Engagement, Glass Lewis

Julian Hamud, Senior Director of Executive Compensation Research, Glass Lewis

Nathan Birtle, Senior VP of Sales, CGLytics

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