In today’s environment executive compensation is on many board and shareholder minds. Senior Executives want to be treated fairly, while shareholders want to ensure their invested capital is generating positive returns. Navigating a board through the annual executive compensation cycle has continued to be an essential process within the general governance framework.
Join Global Governance Advisors this October to learn about the emerging trends boards are deciding on when it comes to executive compensation design, how top executives are being compensated amidst today’s capital markets and shareholder voting guidelines. Whether you are a Governance Professional supporting a board within a publicly traded, private or non-profit organization, this session will discuss the emerging trends on executive and board compensation design, pay for performance, pay trends and why it’s important to get the due diligence done before year end.
GPC’s Executive Compensation program for non-Human Resources professionals is designed to help educate executives on governance best practices and the evolving regulatory environment, it will also help the participants better address stakeholder concerns and enhance organizational value in areas related to executive compensation.
As a key member of his firm’s senior leadership team, Paul’s work incorporates leading edge governance practices, mitigates risk and educates key stakeholders on sophisticated compensation systems. He engages with boards and senior management advising them in the areas of executive compensation, human resource strategy and corporate governance. His work incorporates leading edge governance practices, mitigates risk and educates key stakeholders on sophisticated compensation systems, specialized in strategic compensation review and design, risk assessment, incentive performance calibration, board compensation and governance.
Previously he was an associate consultant with one of Canada’s largest independent compensation advisory firms, focused on strategic compensation review and design for a variety of organizations across Canada.
Global Governance Advisors (GGA) is an independent advisory firm that provides counsel to Boards of Directors in collaboration with senior management. GGA is internationally recognized, servicing clients from offices in Toronto, Calgary, New York and Miami, providing expert advice in the areas of executive compensation, Board effectiveness, CEO succession planning, and corporate governance.
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