In its recent publication, Glass Lewis recited the Key trends so far this Proxy Season.
The Wall Street Journal reported that the SEC rescinded two letters roughly 15 years old – these letters rescinded the guidance that enshrined Proxy Advisory Firms (ISS, Glass Lewis, et al.) as “Stewards” of Corporate Governance.
What kind of changes are tech industries implementing and what do they mean going forward?
The Chairman of the SEC recently announced, an all encompassing review
of the proxy process via a “Round Table Review.”
Advisory Council Formed to Offer No-Cost Advice in Unclaimed Property
The formation of the Unclaimed Property Advisory Board, an independent panel of Unclaimed Property industry professionals, was announced today.
The Board, comprised of experienced professionals from a cross section of industries, has a stated goal to assist holders, owners and administrators of Unclaimed Property who may have concerns or questions, in an open, cost-free and friendly atmosphere.
It is still too early to draw a conclusion, but the disclosure requirement exposing the disparity between the Chief Executive earnings and the median salary of his/her employees has not created a ripple – at least not yet.
In a recent Wall Street Journal article the Chairman of the SEC, Jay Clayton commented on the retail shareholder and their participation on executive pay proposals, board nominees, and issues that are contentious --raised by Activists.
The recent election of women to prominent seats in Nassau County marks a major milestone in diversity in local governments long dominated by males- in particular Nassau County, arguably for which the term “Old Boy Network” was first conceived.