The Directors & Boards Survey: CEO and Executive Compensation 2009

Ferracone, Robin; Gershkowitz, Todd
April 2009
Boardroom Briefing;Spring2009, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p43
The article presents the result of the 2009 Directors & Boards Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive Compensation Issues and Governance Survey, co-sponsored by Farient Advisors LLC and " Directors & Boards Magazine." The survey indicated that salary is an important issue to the directors, executives and shareholders. However, most of the respondents believe that analyzing the effect of the compensation system, enhancing performance metrics, and stabilizing the performance and pay relationship are the ways to address this issue.


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