Equilar 500 companies have announced 59 CEO departures through the third quarter of 2019. This compares to a total of 80 CEO departures in all of 2018. 48 of the 59 CEOs departed by the third quarter with the other 11 expected to leave later this year.
Realizable pay is often cited in the governance community as an excellent gauge of pay for performance alignment. Ideally, if a company is performing well, realizable pay will be greater than disclosed pay. And if a company is performing poorly, realizable pay will be lower than disclosed pay.
Eight years following the introduction of Say on Pay in 2011, shareholder voices are more pronounced than ever when it comes to executive compensation.
Equilar 500 companies have announced 42 CEO departures in 2019. This compares to a total of 80 CEO departures in all of 2018.
A new Equilar study revealed that the average representation of women on boards at 161 companies that went public in 2018 was 13.6%—an increase from 11.4% representation from IPOs in 2017.
LabCorp announced that CEO David King will retire in October 2019. According to an Equilar analysis, King earned over $170 million during his tenure and is the 32nd CEO departure of 2019.
Bed Bath & Beyond announced the resignation of Chief Executive Officer Steven Temares, effective immediately, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Equilar CEO Tracker is a quarterly update that uncovers transition information as well as lifetime compensation figures for CEOs departing Equilar 500 companies…
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Equilar in collaboration with CalPERS has introduced an exclusive custom five-year quantitative analysis that compares total CEO realizable pay and total stock performance relative to a company’s peers…