CompensationStandards.com presents a critical Proxy Disclosure Conference via Nationwide Webcast:

"The Consultants Speak: How the Latest Compensation Disclosures Impacted Practices"

Part IV of Our Critical Web Conference; here are Parts I, II and III

Thursday, June 26, 2008

2:00 - 3:00 pm, eastern [archive and transcript to follow]

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With the pressures of the SEC's new executive compensation disclosure rules (and the subsequent Staff comment letters) and views/actions from investors bearing down on them, quite a few companies recently have revised their compensation programs to be more "responsible." Join this panel of respected compensation consultants to hear them discuss how their clients are changing their executive pay practices:

  • Doug Friske, Managing Principal, Towers Perrin
  • Mike Kesner, Head of Deloitte Consulting's Executive Compensation Practice
  • Fred Whittlesey, Principal, Buck Consultants

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