Through its research, blogs, and commentary, Farient is driving the conversation on executive compensation and governance issues.

April 14, 2017

FCPA Blog – Finding perverse incentives is hard, fixing them can be harder

Identifying perverse incentives within a company can prove difficult, and can be even more challenging when found. Partner Marc Hodak shares how to prevent these issues, and well as what to do to find and correct them in the final part of his five-part series.

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April 14, 2017

FCPA Blog – How perverse incentives distort individual and corporate performance

Mark Hodak, a partner at Farient Advisors, explores how even good, ethical employees can succumb to perverse incentives due to the pressure to meet internal targets.

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March 15, 2017

2017 – Global Trends in Corporate Governance

Farient Advisors, in conjunction with its partners in the Global Governance and Executive Compensation Network (GECN), a select team of premier independent advisory firms specializing in compensation and governance challenges, undertook an unprecedented study covering 17 countries spanning six continents to gather insights into global corporate governance practices in three broad categories: Executive Compensation, Board Structure & Composition and Shareholder Rights.

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March 7, 2017

Bloomberg – Health Insurers Would Get Fatter Tax Break on CEO Pay Under GOP Health Plan

John Trentacoste, director at Farient Advisors, speaks to Bloomberg about the implications of the proposed bill to replace Obamacare on health insurance companies.

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February 13, 2017

FCPA Blog – Revisiting EpiPen: Steep incentive thresholds are corporate disasters waiting to happen

Marc Hodak, partner at Farient Advisors, explains how steep incentive thresholds were behind the Epipen scandal and how companies can learn from Mylan’s mistake.

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