You can still register for our always-popular conferences – the “Proxy Disclosure & 19th Annual Executive Compensation Conferences” – to be held virtually Wednesday, October 12th – Friday, October 14th. With new SEC rules, record numbers of shareholder proposals, and relentless regulatory & investor scrutiny, your proxy disclosures – and the actions that support them – are more important than ever. Our Conferences provide practical guidance about rule changes, Staff interpretations, emerging disclosure risks, investor and proxy advisor positions, executive pay expectations, the board’s role, and more.
Here’s who should attend:
– Anyone responsible for preparing and reviewing proxy disclosures – including ESG and executive pay disclosures and responses to shareholder proposals.
– Anyone responsible for implementing executive and equity compensation plans or who counsels or advises boards on their oversight responsibilities, including CEOs, CFOs, independent directors, corporate secretaries, legal counsel, HR executives and staff, external reporting teams, accountants, consultants, and other advisors.
For more details, check out the agenda – 18 panels over 3 days. Our speakers are fantastic and this is truly a “can’t miss” event for anyone involved with proxy disclosures, corporate governance, and executive compensation.
Conference attendees will not only get access to our unique & valuable course materials (coming soon) – we’ll also be making video archives and transcripts available after the conference, so that you can refer back to all of the practical nuggets when you’re grappling with your executive pay decisions, disclosures and engagements. Plus, our live, interactive format gives you a chance to earn CLE credit and ask real-time questions.
Register today! In addition, check out the agenda for our “1st Annual Practical ESG Conference” – which is happening virtually on Tuesday, October 11th. This event will help you avoid ESG landmines and anticipate opportunities. You can bundle the Conferences together for a discount.
– Liz Dunshee