Last week, reporter David Milstead, of the Globe and Mail, led contributors Paul Gryglewicz and Peter Landers, of Global Governance Advisors, in a discussion addressing trends around salaries, bonuses, and incentive pay of the top 100 paid CEO’s, whether or not CEO pay disgruntles shareholders and how the digital transformation impacted “Say on Pay?.”
For each of the past nine years, GGA has conducted this survey for the Globe and Mail. The survey covers CEO compensation and company performance at the 100 largest publicly-traded companies on the S&P/TSX Composite Index as of December 31, 2018. Information covers a rolling 5-year period ranging from 2014 to 2018.
This webinar highlighted the survey’s:
3. Results and Analytics
5. The Future
Our participants came away with an understanding of pay-for-performance analysis comparing CEO compensation (1 – 5 year periods) to company performance against one or more of the following performance measures: Total Shareholder Return; Return on Assets; Return on Capital; Return on Equity; EBITDA Growth; Net Income Growth; and Earnings per Share Growth. The participants also learned how critical is it that CEO compensation; measuring several different forms including: Total Direct Compensation; Salary + Bonus; LTIP; Total Cash Compensation, and more as part of the pay-for-performance analysis.
The panel concluded that a workplace productivity platform that leverages artificial intelligence, data analytics, and data communications is the key for boards of directors and executives to successfully address these challenges. We are here to help you. Over 100 years of combined experience in the boardroom is what inspired GGA to develop emPower. emPower is the first ever workplace productivity platform that revolutionizes how boards prepare for and conduct board meetings; delivers peer compensation data and scorecards to build executive management incentive plans; and provides stakeholder/shareholder oversight and automated proxy/survey tabulation.
What are the trends around salaries, bonuses, and incentive pay of the top 100 paid CEO’s? What has changed over the past few years? Does CEO pay disgruntle shareholders? How has the digital transformation impacted “Say on Pay?”