Tag Archives | Corporate Board Member

Video Friday: Jon Lukomnik on Executive Compensation and Short-termism

TK Kerstetter, Chairman, NYSE Governance Services / Corporate Board Member interviews one of the brightest minds in corporate governance, Jon Lukomnik, who serves as the executive director of the IRRC Institute. A columnist for Compliance Week, Mr. Lukomnik previously chaired the executive committee of the Council of Institutional Investors, co-founded and served as a governor of the […]

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CalPERS May Boycott Dual-Class IPOs

CalPERS is considering a policy of not investing in the initial public offerings (IPOs) of dual-class companies where shareowning is structured so that a minority will control the majority of the votes. From what I have seen, CalPERS has already opposed those that exist but this step would allow the retirement system to avoid purchasing shares […]

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Video Friday: Corporate Board Member at SCS&GP Conference

This Week in the Boardroom (7/7/2011) hosts Paul Washington, Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Time Warner Inc. The segment–taped at the Society of Corporate Secretaries & Governance Professionals‘ National Conference in Colorado–addresses shareholder proposals, withhold vote campaigns, risk, long vs short-term, and the ever-changing role of corporate secretaries. Make it safe […]

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Video Friday: Boardroom Education

On This Week in the Boardroom (TWIB), host TK Kerstetter, President of Corporate Board Member, sat down with Pat McGurn, Special Counsel, RiskMetrics Group, to debate and discuss the importance of what’s on the horizon for continuing board education.

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Corporate Board Member

Several interesting articles in the current issue of Corporate Board Member. Nice to see coverage there of the Proxy Disclosure blog by Mark Borges, part of the CompensationStandards.com group. Borges spend four years as special counsel at the SEC’s office of rulemaking before joining the Mercer consulting firm. Regarding the new pay disclosure rules, In […]

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