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Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE CLE

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape: Key Considerations You Need to Know

Live Webcast Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm (ET)
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Add to Calendar 01/22/2020 3:00 pm 01/22/2020 5:00 pm America/New_York The Knowledge Group Webinar: Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape: Key Considerations You Need to Know If you haven’t registered for this event please click here:https://www.theknowledgegroup.org/checkout/?add-to-cart=170900\r\n As the executive compensation landscape continues to evolve, the best practices that companies should follow also continue to change. Comprehensive knowledge of the executive compensation trends that occurred during the 2019 proxy season will be helpful in navigating the 2020 compliance landscape. \n \nIn this LIVE Webcast, a seasoned panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the recent developments and significant issues concerning executive compensation. Speakers will also offer the key considerations companies should take to ensure compliance in 2020. \n \nKey topics include: \n \n \n The 2019 Proxy Season: New and Emerging Executive Compensation Trends \n Recent Developments and Issues \n Key Considerations for 2020 Compliance \n Best Compliance Practices \n Regulatory Outlook \n \n https://www.theknowledgegroup.org/webcasts/executive-compensation-in-the-2020-landscape/

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Join us for this Knowledge Group Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE Webinar. As the executive compensation landscape continues to evolve, the best practices that companies should follow also continue to change. Comprehensive knowledge of the executive compensation trends that occurred during the 2019 proxy season will be helpful in navigating the 2020 compliance landscape.

In this LIVE Webcast, a seasoned panel of thought leaders and professionals brought together by The Knowledge Group will provide the audience with an in-depth analysis of the recent developments and significant issues concerning executive compensation. Speakers will also offer the key considerations companies should take to ensure compliance in 2020.

Key topics include:

  • The 2019 Proxy Season: New and Emerging Executive Compensation Trends
  • Recent Developments and Issues
  • Key Considerations for 2020 Compliance
  • Best Compliance Practices
  • Regulatory Outlook

Agenda

Stephen O'Byrne, President
Shareholder Value Advisors Inc.

Jim Heim, Lead Consultant
Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC

Lauren Peak, Principal
Compensation Advisory Partners

David R. Johanson, Partner
Hawkins Parnell & Young LLP

Who Should Attend

  • Employee Benefits & Compensation Lawyers and Consultants
  • Human Resource Executives and Directors
  • Top Level Executives
  • Members of Board Compensation Committee
  • Executive Compensation and Benefits Managers

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Stephen O'Byrne, President
Shareholder Value Advisors Inc.

Jim Heim, Lead Consultant
Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC

Lauren Peak, Principal
Compensation Advisory Partners

David R. Johanson, Partner
Hawkins Parnell & Young LLP

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Stephen O'ByrnePresidentShareholder Value Advisors Inc.

Stephen F. O’Byrne is President and co-founder of Shareholder Value Advisors Inc., a consulting firm that helps companies increase shareholder value through better performance measurement, incentive compensation and valuation analysis.  His work on measuring the strength and cost-efficiency of top management incentives has been published in the Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Investing, Conference Board Director Notes, the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and the WorldatWork Journal.  He is the co-author, with Professor David Young of INSEAD, of EVA and Value-Based Management.  He was previously head of the compensation consulting practice at Stern Stewart & Co. and a Principal in the executive compensation practice at Towers Perrin.

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Jim HeimLead ConsultantMeridian Compensation Partners, LLC

Mr. Heim has been a trusted advisor to Boards and their senior management teams on all aspects of executive compensation and director compensation issues since 2004.  He leads engagements for clients ranging from Fortune 500 firms to pre-IPO start-ups across multiple industries, including technology, biotech, aerospace & defense and industrial manufacturing.  Specific areas of focus include pay governance, incentive plan design, pay-for-performance alignment, compensation benchmarking, proxy analysis and special compensation programs for IPO and M&A transactions.

Prior to transitioning to the consulting field, Mr. Heim worked in the corporate human resources departments of EMC Corporation, The Gillette Company and One Beacon Insurance.  He regularly writes and presents on executive compensation topics for organizations such as the NACD, American College of Corporate Directors, and WorldatWork, and is also a former faculty member of WorldatWork, serving as course instructor for “Principles of Executive Rewards”.

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Lauren PeakPrincipalCompensation Advisory Partners

Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

David R. JohansonPartnerHawkins Parnell & Young LLP

David R. Johanson has helped hundreds of corporations form ESOPs and create effective employee ownership through other equity incentives during the past 35 years. Mr. Johanson assists clients in designing ESOP and equity  incentive plans and accomplishing ESOP-related transactions, including mergers and acquisitions of all kinds. Mr. Johanson also defends ERISA fiduciary actions in Federal Courts throughout the U.S. and is actively involved in defending regulatory and enforcement actions by the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of Labor.  Recognized nationally for his experience and expertise in the ESOP and executive compensation field, Mr. Johanson is a past chair (1993-1995 and 2005-2007) of the legislative and regulatory advisory committee of The ESOP Association.  He also is a past chair of The ESOP Association’s advisory committee chairs council and is a former member of its board of directors. Mr. Johanson was honored at the 17th annual conference of The ESOP Association as the outstanding advisory committee chair for 1993-94. Mr. Johanson served for more than ten years as General Counsel to The National Center for Employee Ownership and on its board of directors.  Mr. Johanson writes and speaks frequently about employee ownership throughout the U.S.


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Executive Compensation in the 2020 Landscape CLE

Course Level:
   Intermediate

Advance Preparation:
   Print and review course materials

Method Of Presentation:
   Live Webcast

Prerequisite:
   General knowledge of executive compensation laws and regulations

Course Code:
   148819

NY Category of CLE Credit:
   Area of Professional Practice

Total Credits:
    2.0 CLE

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About the Knowledge Group

The Knowledge Group

The Knowledge Group has been a leading global provider of Continuing Education (CLE, CPE) for over 13 Years. We produce over 450 LIVE webcasts annually and have a catalog of over 4,000 on-demand courses.

About the Knowledge Group

The Knowledge Group

The Knowledge Group has been a leading global provider of Continuing Education (CLE, CPE) for over 13 Years. We produce over 450 LIVE webcasts annually and have a catalog of over 4,000 on-demand courses.

Shareholder Value Advisors (SVA) is a consulting firm that helps companies improve performance through more effective business unit incentives.

Effective business unit incentives require (1) a well-designed measure of business value added, (2) accurate estimates of competitive pay and (3) a plan design that achieves the three basic objectives of executive pay: providing strong incentives to increase shareholder value, retaining key talent and limiting shareholder cost.

SVA’s distinctive capability is better measurement.  SVA’s work on measuring business value added isolates management’s contribution to value by adjusting for capital investment, investor expectations and peer company performance.  SVA’s work on competitive pay uses multiple regression models to get more accurate market rates by controlling for position, industry, size, profitability and risk.  SVA’s work on plan design uses a distinctive framework to measure alignment, incentive strength and the company’s pay premium at industry average performance using realizable as well as grant date pay.

Website: http://www.valueadvisors.com/

Meridian Compensation Partners has a singular focus: to provide the most effective solutions and independent advice in executive compensation and corporate governance consulting. With over 70 associates in ten offices in the US and Canada, Meridian provides top management, boards and compensation committees at over 600 public and private corporations with core services that include board level advisory services, compensation program design, research and competitive market intelligence on executive pay and governance matters.

Website: https://www.meridiancp.com/

Hawkins Parnell & Young is a national defense litigation firm that has represented many of the largest and most well-known companies in high-risk litigation and business disputes. The 250-strong litigation team works with clients to develop winning defense strategies and, if necessary, try cases to verdict in all 50 states. As national leaders in their fields of expertise, their ESOP, Employee Benefits, M&A, Tax & ERISA group brings extraordinary depth in perspective when advising clients in connection with retirement plans, equity incentives, executive compensation, shareholder issues, fiduciaries, mergers and acquisitions, and employment and benefits litigation throughout the country.

Website: https://www.hpylaw.com/

Stephen F. O’Byrne is President and co-founder of Shareholder Value Advisors Inc., a consulting firm that helps companies increase shareholder value through better performance measurement, incentive compensation and valuation analysis.  His work on measuring the strength and cost-efficiency of top management incentives has been published in the Harvard Business Review, the Journal of Investing, Conference Board Director Notes, the Journal of Applied Corporate Finance and the WorldatWork Journal.  He is the co-author, with Professor David Young of INSEAD, of EVA and Value-Based Management.  He was previously head of the compensation consulting practice at Stern Stewart & Co. and a Principal in the executive compensation practice at Towers Perrin.

Mr. Heim has been a trusted advisor to Boards and their senior management teams on all aspects of executive compensation and director compensation issues since 2004.  He leads engagements for clients ranging from Fortune 500 firms to pre-IPO start-ups across multiple industries, including technology, biotech, aerospace & defense and industrial manufacturing.  Specific areas of focus include pay governance, incentive plan design, pay-for-performance alignment, compensation benchmarking, proxy analysis and special compensation programs for IPO and M&A transactions.

Prior to transitioning to the consulting field, Mr. Heim worked in the corporate human resources departments of EMC Corporation, The Gillette Company and One Beacon Insurance.  He regularly writes and presents on executive compensation topics for organizations such as the NACD, American College of Corporate Directors, and WorldatWork, and is also a former faculty member of WorldatWork, serving as course instructor for “Principles of Executive Rewards”.

David R. Johanson has helped hundreds of corporations form ESOPs and create effective employee ownership through other equity incentives during the past 35 years. Mr. Johanson assists clients in designing ESOP and equity  incentive plans and accomplishing ESOP-related transactions, including mergers and acquisitions of all kinds. Mr. Johanson also defends ERISA fiduciary actions in Federal Courts throughout the U.S. and is actively involved in defending regulatory and enforcement actions by the Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Department of Labor.  Recognized nationally for his experience and expertise in the ESOP and executive compensation field, Mr. Johanson is a past chair (1993-1995 and 2005-2007) of the legislative and regulatory advisory committee of The ESOP Association.  He also is a past chair of The ESOP Association’s advisory committee chairs council and is a former member of its board of directors. Mr. Johanson was honored at the 17th annual conference of The ESOP Association as the outstanding advisory committee chair for 1993-94. Mr. Johanson served for more than ten years as General Counsel to The National Center for Employee Ownership and on its board of directors.  Mr. Johanson writes and speaks frequently about employee ownership throughout the U.S.

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