Farient’s latest executive compensation leadership
Through its research, blogs, and commentary, Farient is driving the conversation on executive compensation and governance issues.
April 11, 2019
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April 8, 2019
John Trentacoste, partner and COO at Farient Advisors, moderated a discussion
with representatives from two companies that are bucking the standard approach
to pay and an investor that advocates for simpler, more long-term-oriented compensation.
Christine Poon, chair of the compensation committee at Regeneron
Pharmaceuticals, explained how her company grants stock options to all of its
employees. She said this approach has created an ownership culture, fostered
innovation, boosted productivity and retained scientific talent. Darian Rich,
human resources executive for Barrick Gold, said his company requires its
executives to hold their shares for the duration of their employment with the
company. The CEO must hold three times his base salary in shares and other
executives must hold five times their base salaries. “Being shareowners
helps them drive the long-term viability of the enterprise and provides
everyone with more connectivity to the decisions being made,” said Rich.
April 5, 2019
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