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“Why shareholders need to care is that compensation expense is one of the top expenses of any publicly traded company, and it’s paramount that the structure of pay and performance and performance components are driving the realized compensation," Paul Gryglewicz, Senior Partner, Global Governance Advisors.Watch Full Interview
"Basically, you are seeing them (Bombardier) move closer to what we see as market practice in terms of governance structure where we are separating out an executive role from the board chair role," Peter Landers, Partner, Global Governance Advisors.Watch Full Interview
“More cruise passengers don’t necessarily translate to Wall Street success. Analysts are looking forward, not backwards," says Luis Navas, Sr. Partner and Co-Founder, GGA
Global Governance Advisors is an independent compensation advisory firm that is internationally recognized, servicing clients from offices in Toronto, Calgary, New York and Miami. We provide counsel to Boards of Directors and senior management on matters relating to the compensation and human resource committees’ mandates. Specifically, we provide expert advice in the areas of executive compensation, board effectiveness, CEO succession planning, and corporate governance. With over 75 years of experience in the field, we bring excellence, an entirely independent and objective perspective, and most importantly, an assured focus on performance and shareholder interests.
GGA works solely for the board, in collaboration with senior management. Our organization successfully provides expert, state of the art compensation and governance advice without apparent or perceived conflicts of interest.
Our Executive Compensation consulting practice implements comprehensive reviews to ensure pay-for-performance linkage, fulfillment of disclosure requirements and the optimum alignment of compensation to corporate strategy.
We provide rigorous competitive assessments of pay levels for Chairman, Committee Chair, Committee Member and Board Director positions on key financial metrics relative to peer groups in terms of retainer, meeting fees and equity compensation.