The Latest Executive Compensation Developments

4/22/2009

Banking + Financial Services, Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Corporate, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Securities Enforcement

McLean, VA

David M. Lynn

David M. Lynn

Seminar

The executive compensation landscape is rapidly changing, as TARP-assisted institutions submit “Say on Pay” proposals to their shareholders this proxy season and the SEC, Congress, and the Administration consider broader reforms in the face of widespread public anger. Please join us at Morrison & Foerster to discuss the latest developments in executive compensation.

Our panel will discuss:
• The latest developments with TARP and ARRA compensation limits;
• What financial institutions are doing to implement “Say on Pay” this proxy season;
• The impact of shareholder activism on executive pay and the future of “Say on Pay”;
• Facing compensation issues in a down market;
• The role of risk assessment in compensation decision-making;
• Executive compensation disclosure challenges in light of rising public anger;
• The coming changes to executive compensation practices;
• The latest legislative measures and the prospects for future regulatory efforts; and
• Employment law considerations in the current environment.

Who Should Attend: General Counsel, CXOs, Investment Professionals, and Tax Advisors

Speakers:

David Lynn, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP
Mark Borges, Principal, Compensia
Daniel Westman, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Virginia CLE is pending for this event.

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