Compensation Committees: Planning for Future Events

Inside America's Boardrooms

The overall number of public companies today has dwindled. This reduction can be attributed to many factors such as mergers, operating failures or, increasingly, going private. Compensation committees that fail to plan ahead for such events might find themselves dangerously unprepared – particularly in the event of a private equity turnover.

In this episode, Bob Romanchek, Partner & Senior Consultant, Meridian Compensation Partners, overviews how compensation committees should be anticipating future events like company transactions:

  • What should compensation committees keep in mind when it comes to structuring short- and long-term incentives?

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