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Have you heard the news?

Glass Lewis are providing unprecedented transparency to the US market by making available their Equity Compensation Model (ECM).

Now available exclusively via CGLytics, the application gives users access to the 11 key criteria Glass Lewis use to assess equity based compensation plans.

For the very first time users can access Glass Lewis’ scoring and methodology on-demand, year-round.

Watch this 30 minute webinar to learn about the ECM and how you can:

  • Proactively test and refine the equity plans of 4,300+ US publicly traded companies and find out if they will likely receive a positive or negative recommendation from the leading proxy advisor.
  • Adjust individual inputs of key financial tests to know the strengths and weaknesses of each plan.
  • Gain proactive insight into the concerns of more than 1,300 investors managing $35 trillion in AUM

 

Don’t miss out!

Meet the Speaker

JHamud
Julian Hamud
Director of Executive Compensation Research
Glass Lewis

Julian Hamud joined Glass Lewis in 2013 and currently manages the specialized research team analyzing North American compensation issues, including proposals relating to Say-on-Pay and equity plans. He previously covered executive compensation for the UK and Israel, and frequently leads engagements with corporate issuers regarding Glass Lewis’ practices and marketplace trends.  Julian holds a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from San Francisco State University, where he focused on movements related to transparency and governance.

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