In considering executive reward, stakeholders, be they shareholders, the Board, management, regulators or proxy advisers/consultants, often review information through a lens different to that of the Executive.
What role should incentives play in rewarding senior management?
Egan Associates has prepared a special report on UK proposals for new styles of long term incentives that will be better aligned with the long-term interests of companies and shareholders.
How can companies ensure their executives maintain a customer focus without sacrificing financial results?
Egan Associates takes a look at what companies grant versus what they state is their executives’ LTI opportunity.
Long term incentives (LTIs) are the most complex and least understood element of executive remuneration. We describe and compare four simple ways to look at the value of LTIs offered to executives.
Egan Associates provides an overview of long term incentive plan features for the year that has passed.
Egan Associates discusses the detail required when documenting long term incentive plan performance conditions.
Egan Associates examines the pitfalls of the commonly utilised equation for earnings per share growth and questions whether shareholders understand their ramifications.
The UK and US have announced new clawback requirements, expanding uncertainty for executives on whether earned bonuses and long term incentives will remain theirs to keep.