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Alliance 2012 Say-on-Pay Mid-Year Review

by on Jul 22, 2013

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This year’s mandatory Say-on-Pay (SOP) brought new challenges for issuers. Not only did the pace of failed plans accelerate, but last year’s votes proved to be a poor indicator of how companies’ ...

This year’s mandatory Say-on-Pay (SOP) brought new challenges for issuers. Not only did the pace of failed plans accelerate, but last year’s votes proved to be a poor indicator of how companies’ plans would fare this season. This report, which will be updated at the conclusion of the calendar year, will point out some high-level trends in the voting data for companies with low SOP votes so far this year.

Although receiving at least 50% support on SOP is the primary goal for issuers, in many cases the institutional investor community will apply heightened scrutiny to compensation plans that received “significant” opposition. Thus, the data set we reviewed in this report—shown in Appendix A—covers plans that received less than 70% support. Following our analysis of these data is a brief section on guidance for issuers, both how to recover from a failed SOP vote in 2012 and how to prepare for 2013.

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