Preparing for the 2014 Proxy Season

Publisher: Dinsmore
Authors: Susan B. Zaunbrecher and J. Quinn

With the 2014 proxy and annual reporting season right around the corner, public companies need to know about regulatory developments for this year.

In this article, the authors summarize the current and anticipated changes that may impact reporting requirements for the upcoming year. Current and anticipated changes listed in the article include: executive compensation, compensation adviser requirements, proxy policies for the fiscal year 2014, and pay ratio disclosure rules.

What do you think about the focus on executive compensation for the year of 2014? Please give us your input via the comment section below.

By : Securex /January 08, 2014 /Compliance, Proxy, Securites Law /1 Comment Read More

SEC Set to Open Up Proxy Process to Shareholders

Shareholders are set to win the right this month to directly nominate directors on corporate ballots, a change that could dramatically change the board selection process at many companies.

The Securities and Exchange Commission is expected to make final a “proxy access” rule, allowing large shareholders to put their own nominees alongside the company’s nominees, people familiar with the matter said.

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By : Securex /August 08, 2010 /Proxy /0 Comment Read More