Executive Compensation Tops ISS List for Investors and Issuers

, Corporate Counsel


On this, shareholders and corporate issuers can agree: executive compensation will continue to be the top priority for the next proxy season, according to a new survey by leading advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services.

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  • LulaineRDLegalFunding

    Shareholders have been pretty active since the recession and it's likely that they will stay that way. Knowing what's important to them may help the companies and their executives from getting sued as much as they seem to be regarding the function of the company. Shareholders since the recession are not shy about letting their discomfort with management and are not afraid of pushing for legal action if they feel its needed. The Shareholder spring continues.

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