Citations with the tag: DIRECTORS of corporations -- Salaries, etc
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- Directors' pay on the rise.
// People Management; 01/22/98, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p11
Focuses on the report `Wider Still and Wider,' by the Trades-Union Congress about the rising pay levels of corporate directors in Great Britain. Ratio between directors' and employees pay rates from 1994 to 1997; Criticisms on the report.
- DIRECTORS' PAY: ALL CHANGE ON DISCLOSURE.
Hodgson, Eddie // Accountancy; May97, Vol. 119 Issue 1245, p88
Focuses on the impact of Great Britain's 1997 Company Accounts Regulation Act on corporate directors' salaries. Provisions of the law; Pension contributions; Disclosure requirements.
- Simple rule for director pay: Perform or perish.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 3/25/96, Vol. 19 Issue 13, p13
Opinion. Argues about the compensation of board directors. Information on compensation packages; Changes being made at several companies.
- Stock it to them, corporate chiefs say.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 3/25/96, Vol. 19 Issue 13, p19
Presents the results of a study on corporate director's paychecks. Results.
- Corporate directors' compensation up in 1989.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Corporate Board; May/Jun90, Vol. 11 Issue 62, p25
Reports on the increased compensation of corporate directors in the United States.
- Compensation trends noted by KPMG Peat Marwick.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Corporate Board; May/Jun91, Vol. 12 Issue 68, p26
Lists the findings of Brent Longnecker, a partner of KPMG Peat Marwick, on the trends in corporate executive and director compensation in the United States. Large movement toward quality; Golden parachutes' subjection to federal and state scrutiny.
- Pay-for-performance called ineffective in the boardroom.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Corporate Board; Nov/Dec92, Vol. 13 Issue 77, p27
Looks at a report from Pearl Meyer & Partners Inc. on pay for performance for corporate board members. Linking of pay to rate of return as a wrong incentive to board members; Negative impact of this payment method on the need for outside directors to act independently in the best long-term...
- Directors' compensation rises moderately and includes more stock.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Corporate Board; May/Jun93, Vol. 14 Issue 80, p26
Notes an increase in corporate directors' compensation in 1992. Comparison with 1991 salaries; Growing popularity of stock compensation.
- New trends in director pay.
Rosenfeld, Douglas B.; Sabow, Steven J. // Corporate Board; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 16 Issue 94, p17
Looks at trends in compensation for corporate directors. Best practices for director compensation; Increased compensation rates; Equity awards and director benefits; Examples.
- Compensation & recruitment.
Rosenfeld, Douglas B.; Sabow, Steven J. // Corporate Board; Sep/Oct95, Vol. 16 Issue 94, p27
Looks at developments concerning compensation of corporate board members. Alignment of chief executive compensation with performance; Contrast between the pay of chief executives and their seconds in command; Use of company stock in the compensation of board members.
- Board pay and pensions seem to make little difference.
Rosenfeld, Douglas B.; Sabow, Steven J. // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 17 Issue 97, p29
Focuses on the results of a survey by the Institute for Research on Boards of Directors Inc. and the `Directorship' magazine which states that board service is motivated by other factors other than compensation. Most important factors directors cite for leaving boards; Retirement program as one...
- More stock for corporate directors, but fewer pensions.
Rosenfeld, Douglas B.; Sabow, Steven J. // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 17 Issue 99, p27
Reports on the growing number of companies implementing stock grant programs for directors as of 1996. Results of an analysis by Wlliam M. Mercer Inc.
- Beyond stock pay for directors.
Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 18 Issue 102, p22
Focuses on problems related with stock pay for corporate directors. Inherent risks in large stock ownership by directors; Disadvantages of non-qualified plans.
- Trends for board pay: Fewer pensions, more stock.
Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 18 Issue 102, p26
Focuses on key trends in compensation for outside directors. Drop in retirement plans; Increased focus on stock compensation and stock ownership.
- Small companies lead in stock-based director compensation.
Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 18 Issue 105, p27
Presents the results of a study conducted on the differences on compensation for directors in small and large size companies in the United States. Stock options granted to directors; Stake in the ownership of the companies; Average size of a company's board.
- Paying for performance on large-company boards.
Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board; Sep/Oct97, Vol. 18 Issue 106, p27
Deals with paying for performance on large-company boards in the United States. Motivation to corporate executives to act in a way that encourages them to think and act like shareholders; Condition under which stock options can be granted; Increase in the compensation of outside directors.
- Director pay showed a modest increase in 1997.
Wamberg, Tom // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr98, Vol. 19 Issue 109, p26
Discusses the Corporate Board's 1997 corporate director survey of 650 major companies' median annual basic pay. Share of companies paying at least some of director compensation; Median stock option grant.
- Executive remuneration: A practical guide.
Wamberg, Tom // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; Feb97, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p6
Highlights the recommendations set out by the report of the Greenbury Committee on Directors' Remuneration concerning directors' remuneration in Great Britain and the proper reporting and transparency in respect of it. Efforts towards raising awareness of the need to link remuneration and...
- Directorship databank dividends.
Wamberg, Tom // NACD Directorship; Oct94, Vol. 19 Issue 9, p3
Presents a pie graph showing fees and/or retainers paid to committee participants by Fortune 1000 publicly-held companies.
- The debate over executive pay: Where is it going next?
Brossy, Roger; Danesh, David S. // NACD Directorship; Nov95, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p7
Discusses the proper salaries for corporate executives. Public debate over executive pay; Conflicting reports of executive pay levels; Analysis of the long-term incentives an executive receives.
- Balancing director pay and shareholder interests.
Quinlan, Michael R. // NACD Directorship; Dec95, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p1
Focuses on the compensation of corporate directors in the United States. Common objectives of directors' compensation plans; Risks of stock-based compensation package; Relation of compensation plan to shareholders' interest; Issues in using stocks as incentives.
- More companies eliminating director pensions.
Quinlan, Michael R. // NACD Directorship; Mar1996, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p14
Reports on the growing number of companies that are eliminating lucrative pension plans for directors and other benefits.
- At some--cash compensation going as well.
Quinlan, Michael R. // NACD Directorship; Mar1996, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p14
Reports that some major industrial and service companies give `stock replacement grants' to directors in lieu of some of their benefits including cash compensation, according to a William M. Mercer analysis.
- Stock + stock + stock = pay for performance for directors.
Leach, David M. // NACD Directorship; Apr96, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p11
Reports on the compensations being received by directors of corporations in the United States. Stock options of the directors; Resentment of shareholders on providing pension plans for outside directors; Fringe benefits offered by many companies.
- Director compensation...here's how to keep your stockholders happy.
Johnson, Alan M.; McKenzie, Francine C. // NACD Directorship; Jun96, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p3
Discusses approaches to director compensation. Issues in compensation topics; Questions that companies should ask; Alternatives to changing director compensation; Illustrative example.
- Are directors overpaid? What history tells us about board compensation.
Neiva, Elizabeth MacIv // NACD Directorship; Jun96 Supplement, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p2-4
Discusses the history of corporate director compensation. Function of the board of directors; Pajo Committee Hearings of 1912; Financial capitalism; Managerial capitalism; Emergence of insider-dominated boards; Investor capitalism.
- Challenge is the best compensation for boards of directors.
Pearson, Robert L. // NACD Directorship; Jun96 Supplement, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p7-11
Discusses corporate director compensation. Pension plan issue; Growth of director compensation reform; Challenge represented by the director position; Reasons for not accepting invitations to join boards.
- Directors' compensation in the current environment--not as much change as you thought.
Keshishian, Greg; Lydon, Paul // NACD Directorship; Jun96 Supplement, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p7-17
Presents Handy HRM Corp.'s study on corporate director compensation in the United States. Cash compensation; Stock-based compensation; Retirement income; Deferred compensation.
- Do directors get a fair shake in compensation?
Lewis, Edwin W.; Charas, Solange // NACD Directorship; Jun96 Supplement, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p7-26
Stresses that compensation for corporate directors should be consistent with their responsibilities, strategic impact, activity and performance. Results of a study based on proxy disclosure; Non-reflection of relevant differences in director compensation programs.
- The Greenbury Report--directorship in the United Kingdom.
Sherman, Howard D. // NACD Directorship; Jun96 Supplement, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p10-4
Discusses a Confederation of British Industry committee report released by Sir Richard Greenbury concerning director compensation at publicly-traded companies in Great Britain. Overall level of executive compensation packages in Great Britain; Recommendations from the report.
- Compensating the outside director.
Meyer, Pearl // NACD Directorship; Jun97, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p10
States that the vehicles used to compensate directors continue to shift from cash to equity quickly and with major ramifications. Results of Pearl Meyer & Partners' 1996 annual survey; Analysis of the total direct compensation for board services; Prevalence of stock vehicles and retainers;...
- The price of independence.
Meyer, Pearl // Management Today; Jan95, p11
Focuses on the issue of a non-executive director's pay in Great Britain. Pay range; Increase in demand for part-time directors; Expansion of workload; Potential conflict; Advise from Top Pay Research Group chairman Peter Brown and Pro Ned managing director Colin St. Johnston.
- How should a company pay its non-executives?
Meyer, Pearl // Management Today; Apr95, p10
Focuses on the debate over the right of non-executive directors to join share option schemes in Great Britain. Stand of the Institutional Shareholders' Committee; Comments from Peter Brown, chairman of Top Pay Research Group; Benefit of share-tied compensation; Difficulties of a director's role...
- Compensating the board.
Meyer, Pearl // Business NH Magazine; Apr96, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p11
Reports on a shift in the way companies compensate outside board members. Results of a survey of chairmen of the boards of public and private companies, by Heidrick & Struggles; Trends showing companies' interest in attracting objective outside board members.
- Are you getting enough?
Meyer, Pearl // Director (00123242); Dec95, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p27
Presents a chart illustrating median basic pay for selected functional corporation directors in Great Britain.
- The rate for the job.
Meyer, Pearl // Director (00123242); Mar1997, Vol. 50 Issue 8, p33
Reports on the earnings of non-executive directors in small companies in Great Britain. Average earnings of non-executive directors; Approximate earnings of the highest paid chairman; Reference to study by Top Pay Research Group on these earnings; Findings from study.
- Adding stock to the gravy.
Higgins, Joanna // Director (00123242); May97, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p33
Reports that business enterprises in Great Britain are slowly embracing the idea of paying some non-executive directors' (NED) salaries in shares. Reason for this; Advantages and disadvantages of this type of payment; Comments from Peter Butler, a Hermes director.
- Equitable life for NEDs.
Higgins, Joanna // Management Today; Jun97, p16
Presents information on the payment of non-executive directors (NEDs). Incentives on the United States practice of payment in shares; Comments from president of the National Association of Corporate Directors.
- Bank funds' directors trailing far behind in pay sweepstakes.
Kapiloff, Howard // American Banker; 6/8/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 109, p9
Reports that directors of bank-managed mutual funds in the United States earn less than their counterparts at nonbank funds. Data from Management Practice Inc. partner C. Meyrick Payne; Median total compensation for mutual fund directors in 1994.
- Managing directors get 3.5 per cent pay boost.
Kapiloff, Howard // Personnel Today; 3/18/2003, p47
Focuses on an expected increase in the salary of managing directors in Great Britain for the year 2003. Survey of senior management remuneration by Reward and the Institute of Directors; Decrease in the gender salary differences.
- Board stock ownership: More, and more again.
Meyer, Pearl // Directors & Boards; Winter98, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p55
Focuses on the effects of equity on the compensation of directors. How the cash to equity shift concept influenced how directors are paid; Reference to a survey by Pearl Meyer and Partners in 1997 on board compensation among industrial and service corporations in the United States; What...
- Money for nothing.
Robbins, Jon // Lawyer; 5/12/2003, Vol. 17 Issue 19, p18
Focuses on the problem of having corporate directors with overinflated compensation despite a lackluster performance in Great Britain. Legal proposals to address the compensation issue; Laws governing contracts between executives and corporations; Reactions to government efforts to address the...
- Another day, another dollar.
Shrives, Philip; Welch, Christopher // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; June97, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p42
Examines the issues surrounding directors and their remuneration. Reasons for directors' remuneration; Provisions under the Companies Act of 1985 concerning the legalities of remuneration packages; Ways in which directors can obtain a financial benefit from the companies for which they work. ...
- The brakes are off directors' salaries.
Shrives, Philip; Welch, Christopher // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account; Feb98, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p4
Confirms a trend for excessive earnings among corporate directors in Great Britain. Result of a review by Professional Personnel Consultants Ltd.
- Scrutiny of directors.
Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review; Feb95, p10
Reports that director's salaries and share dealings will be examined by two working parties established by the Hong Kong Stock Exchange to improve companies' management and boost shareholders' protection.
- Analysis highlights emerging trends in director compensation.
Balch, Roger // Westchester County Business Journal; 10/14/96, Vol. 35 Issue 42, p37
Focuses on developments related to compensation of company directors in the United States. Retirement plan usage; Stock ownership; Stock compensation.
- Is the board biased?
Balch, Roger // Director (00123242); Jun96, Vol. 49 Issue 11, p36
Reveals the authority which sets executive directors' pay for various types of companies in Great Britain. Authority of chairman to determine pay scales; Parent chief executive; Executive board; Managing director; Partners; Shareholders; Objective in using a remuneration committee.
- Twists in the tale of the SIC's deliberations.
Holgate, Peter; Heneghan, Margaret // Accountancy; Jan1998, Vol. 121 Issue 1253, p65
Reports on directors' accrued pension entitlement in Great Britain. Requirements of Schedule 6, Companies Act 1985.
- Largest directors' fees of Indianapolis-area public companies.
Cullather, Sarah; Ritchie, Petra // Indianapolis Business Journal; 08/02/99, Vol. 20 Issue 20, p17
Presents a chart reflecting the largest directors' fees of Indiana, Indianapolis-area based public companies as of the week of August 2, 1999. Includes Eli Lilly and Co.; Great Lakes Chemical Corp.; Bindley Western Industries Inc.
- Director pay on the rise.
Cullather, Sarah; Ritchie, Petra // NACD Directorship; Mar2003, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p18
Presents the results of a survey on the compensation of corporate directors. Expected increase in director pay in 2003; Factors driving the increase in director pay.