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SEC Filings: Proxy Statements

Recorded on: Aug. 21, 2018
Running Time: 01:01:08

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Taken from the Web Program Securities Filings 2018: Practical Guidance in a Changing Environment Recorded August 2018 in New York

SEC Filings: Proxy Statements [01:01:08]
  • Up-to-the- minute overview of rules
  • Preliminary and definitive filings
  • Shareholder proposal process – effects of SLB14H
  • Current status of the Pay for Performance, Pay Ratio and Incentive Pay “clawback” Rules
  • Drafting CD&A and related compensation disclosures
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  • Proxy Statements (PowerPoint slides)
    Mark A. Borges
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    Mark A. Borges
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    Mark A. Borges ~ Principal, Compensia, Inc.
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