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Financial Times – U.S. investors rebel against high executive pay

This year’s proxy season has seen a significant decline in support for compensation packages in Say on Pay votes, highlighting U.S. investors’ dissatisfaction with record high executive pay in the U.S. This Financial Times article, which uses Farient data to explore the trend, discusses the reasons for and…

Read More > 06.06.2022

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S&P Global – Why Voluntary CEO Pay Cuts, While Largely Symbolic, Matter in ESG Context

CEOs and management teams at dozens of companies around the world are taking voluntary pay cuts as their companies lay off workers to cope with the revenue hit from the coronavirus pandemic.

Read More > 06.03.2022

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Bloomberg – Amazon Shareholders Narrowly Approve Pay Plans for Executives

In spite of being urged to vote “no” on CEO Andy Jassy’s pay package, Amazon’s shareholders narrowly approved it in a Say on Pay vote for their new pay plans. In this Bloomberg article, data from the Farient Advisors Say on Pay Tracker™ is cited to help put…

Read More > 05.31.2022


May 2022: The Latest in Comp & Gov

View the Newsletter via the link below: May Newsletter – The Latest in Comp & Gov Tweet…

Read More > 05.27.2022

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Agenda – How Companies Worldwide Are Tying ESG to Pay

Companies around the world are increasingly tying executive compensation to environmental, social and governance goals, a trend documented by the latest Farient/Global Governance and Executive Compensation (GECN) Group research, “2022 and Beyond: Global Trends in Stakeholder Incentives.” In this interview with Agenda, Farient’s ESG Leader, Brian Bueno, and Leader,…

Read More > 05.25.2022

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Agenda – Climate Disclosure May Encourage Executive Pay Tied to ESG

The recent Securities and Exchange Commission proposal requiring companies to make climate disclosure in official filings may impact boards’ decision-making regarding tying executive pay to environmental, social and governance metrics, according to some compensation experts. Many companies in the U.S. and Europe are already linking greenhouse gas emissions reductions to…

Read More > 04.29.2022

ESG Spotlights

Bottom-up Approach to Worker Safety Determines Executive Awards

CF Industries (NYSE: CF), the world’s largest ammonia producer, includes multiple environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics in its short-term incentive plan (STIP ) covering all NEOs per its proxy released in March of 2022. CF Industries bases its STIP ESG metrics on an environmental metric,…

Read More > 04.28.2022

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Reuters – Analysis: Elon Musk deals Twitter a wild card as shareholders seek reforms

(Reuters) – Elon Musk, Twitter’s newest big shareholder, could alter the course of the social media company as management battles a set of proxy proposals focused on topics from civil rights to politics at its upcoming annual meeting, shareholder activists and corporate governance experts said. Whatever the outcome of Musk’s…

Read More > 04.25.2022


Distilling The SEC’s Landmark Climate Disclosure Proposal

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued its much-anticipated proposed climate disclosure rules that would require public companies in financial statements to report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, exposure to climate risks, and climate-related metrics. The new rules are a significant step forward in standardizing public disclosures on environmental measures.

Read More > 04.13.2022

ESG Spotlights

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Five-Year ESG LTI Award Tied to Performance Goals

  Xylem Inc. (NYSE:XYL) is a leading global water technology company with 2021 revenue of $5.2 billion and some 17,300 employees worldwide. Xylem designs, manufactures, and services highly engineered products and solutions across a wide variety of critical applications, primarily in the water sector and also in energy. In its…

Read More > 04.11.2022

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2022 Farient Global Research Shows Different Measures of Stakeholder Value

Resources are dwindling. From the inadvertent to the deliberate exploitation of climate, people, and the law, business globally is undergoing a dramatic transformation. Around the world, investors are pressuring boards and management for greater accountability. Meanwhile, other stakeholders, including employees and the communities in which businesses operate, are demanding that…

Read More > 03.31.2022

ESG Spotlights

New Modifier Fits the ESG Bill

Though Aflac has had a board sustainability committee since 2012, the insurer had not tied sustainability goals to its compensation plan until 2021 and, specifically, not until after shareholders expressed their desire to have ESG goals tied to business strategy and compensation. In 2021, Aflac introduced an ESG modifier…

Read More > 03.31.2022

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