Canadian Companies Careful About Stock Option Granting and Executive Compensation Disclosure

July 2005
Benefits & Compensation Digest;Jul2005, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p14
Presents the findings of the survey "CFO Compensation Practices in the S&P/TSX Composite Index" which focused on the difference between the stock option grants of Canadian and U.S. companies conducted by Watson Wyatt in 2005. Comparison of run rate provided by the companies; Factors that affect the compensation in Canada; Improvement in the disclosure of executive compensation in Canada.


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