April 10, 2013 | New York Stock Exchange | New York, NY


Does your board’s compensation strategy pass the scrutiny of shareholders, management, and regulators?

Executive compensation continues to be a key focus of legislators, regulators, activists, and the media. Boards continue to be challenged with how to balance the expectations of outside constituents with management’s expectations to be fairly compensated. Compensation committees must stay apprised of ongoing regulatory proposals and enactments. And they must create new ways to reward their management team to remain competitive against their peers to keep their top employees.

This one-day event will explore how boards can most appropriately compensate and incentivize management while meeting the regulators’ mandates and shareholders’ demands. The event will include a series of panel discussions mixed with two sets of off-the-record peer group discussions. Participants will benefit from an interactive setting with fellow executives and directors to obtain effective approaches to identify and develop applicable compensation plans for their executives as well as their boards.

Whether executives and directors want to validate their own compensation approaches or learn how other experienced boards tackle the issue, participants will walk away with proven solutions to today’s greatest compensation challenges.

Past Topics Include

  • Pay-for-Performance Trends
  • Understanding Investors' Expectations Around Compensation
  • Balancing Short- and Long-Term Incentives
  • Measuring CEO's Performance

Peer Collaborations

  • Tying incentives to the intended level of risk 
  • Tips for getting compensation disclosure right 
  • Director pay 
  • Employment agreements 
  • Succession planning 
  • Internal talent development 
  • Best practices for using comp consultants 
  • Board recruitment

For questions about the program, please contact Corporate Board Member’s conference department at conferences@boardmember.com or (615) 309-3200. 

Participants will be divided into small peer groups to discuss relevant issues such as: 

Registration Rates

Individual Rates
Standard Rate - $1,495

Group Rates
Standard rate - $1,295*



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