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The Commissioner of the SEC sets the agency's rulemaking agenda and can prioritize certain items over others.

Since 2010 there have been only 15 pay ratio related shareholder proposals. These proposals have averaged over 93% shareholder opposition with no single proposal receiving over 10% support.

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S&P 500 Say on Pay Voting Trends Show No Anomalies, as Proxy Voting Hits High Gear

May 12, 2018 [Center News Story]

With just three new proxies filed in the past week, we are not providing a pay ratio report, …

Republican SEC Commissioner Piwowar Announces Resignation, Leaving 2-2 Commission

May 12, 2018 [Center News Story]

Only five months after obtaining a full slate of presidentially-appointed commissioners for …

Wall Street Journal 2018 CEO Pay Survey Notes "Post-Recession High" for Median Pay

May 12, 2018 [Center News Story]

The Wall Street Journal released its annual survey of S&P 500 CEO Pay this week, noting …

Center Survey Takes Deep Dive Into Annual Incentive Plan Design

May 5, 2018 [Center News Story]

The Center conducted a survey on annual incentive plan design from April 16 to April 23. In …

Ameriprise Stumbles to Second S&P 500 Say on Pay Failure, Vote on Shareholder Proposal Targeting Pay at Wells Fargo

May 5, 2018 [Center News Story]

The number of annual meeting for S&P 500 companies is beginning to pick up.  This …

Google CEO’s $1 Compensation Yields S&P 500 Best Pay Ratio of 1:197,274

May 5, 2018 [Center News Story]

This week, 25 S&P 500 companies published new pay ratios bringing the total count to …