Rémunérations des administrateurs et pratiques de gouvernance | Survey du Conference Board 2013

Voici le condensé d’un rapport sur les rémunérations des administrateurs de sociétés et sur les pratiques de gouvernance (aux É.U.), publié conjointement par le Conference Board, le NASDAQ OMX et le NYSE Euronext. Ce résumé a été transmis par Matteo Tonello du Conference Board et publié sur le blogue du Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation.

This is « a benchmarking study with more than 150 corporate governance data points searchable by company size (measurable by revenue and asset value) and 20 industrial sectors. The report is based on a survey of public companies registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, Stanford University’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance, the National Investor Relations Institute (NIRI), the Shareholder Forum and Compliance Week also endorsed the survey by distributing it to their members and readers ».

The 2013 Director Compensation and Board Practices Report

Voici un extrait des points se rapportant à la rémunération des administrateurs. Pour de plus amples informations, je vous invite à lire l’article du HB Law School Forum ou à communiquer avec M. Tonello du Conference Board pour le rapport intégral de 2013.

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Seal of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
  1. Directors are best compensated in the energy industry, but company size can make a huge difference. Computer services companies are the most generous with full value share awards, but equity-based compensation is widely used across industries and irrespective of company size.
  2. Stock options are not as favored as they used to be, except by the smallest companies increasing skepticism on the effectiveness of stock options and stock appreciation rights as long-term incentives has led to their decline, especially in the last few years.
  3. Additional cash retainer for board chairmen is seldom offered by larger companies, which are more likely to reward lead directors.
  4. A corporate program financing the matching of personal charitable contributions is the most common among the director perquisites reported by companies.
  5. While many nonexecutive directors have C-suite experience, former or current CFOs are less represented than expected in the board of financial services companies.

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Board of Directors: Key Agenda for 2013 (shilpithapar.com)

Corporate Governance, Rule 10C-1, and the SEC: Conclusion (Part 9) (theracetothebottom.org)

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