The Prism: A full spectrum of color on governance issues
On September 20th, Brendan Sheehan and David Bobker, from the CGIC, will be joined by Aeisha Mastagni, CalSTRS, Michael McCauley, Florida State Board of Administration and Dave Larker, Stanford University Graduate School of Business to discuss the intersections and disconnects in views from the corporate, investment and proxy voter communities.
We welcome you to join us as we discuss crucial insight and perspectives from all constituencies to provide a true 360-degree view of Executive Compensation, including new data from a study of 75 North American proxy voters.
Executive Compensation: Hallmarks of Superb C-Suite Compensation
- Linking pay to performance
- Board oversight and incentives
- Impact upon voting and investment decisions
- Are investors really hearing what you’re saying? What are investors looking for?
- Compensation as capital allocation peephole
Aeisha Mastagni: Corporate Governance Investment Officer, The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS)
Michael McCauley: Senior Officer, Investment Programs & Governance Florida State Board of Administration (SBA)
Dave Larker: James Irvin Miller Professor of Accounting, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Senior Faculty of the Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University
For more details on the issues to be discussed please review the co-authored CGIC and Stanford “A Closer Look” paper on Executive Compensation: The “Buy-Side” View on CEO Pay.
We hope you can join us!