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In 2015, 40 S&P 500 companies, close to 9% of companies, saw shareholder support for their say on pay proposals swing more than 20 percentage points.

In 2015, nearly four of five S&P 500 companies received shareholder support for their say on pay proposals which exceeded 90%. Nine of ten companies received support exceeding 80%.

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Financial Choice Act 2.0 Introduced, Including Center-Supported Compensation, Governance, and Proxy Advisory Firm Changes

April 22, 2017 [Center News Story]

House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) this week introduced …

Say on Pay Season Preps to Kick Off with 18 More S&P 500 Companies Reporting Results; Repeat Proposals Dominate 2017 Rolls So Far

April 22, 2017 [Center News Story]

Since the Center's last say on pay update, 18 more S&P 500 companies reported passing …

New York City Salary History Ban More Nuanced Than Similar Bans in Allowing for Executive Recruitment Factors

April 22, 2017 [Center News Story]

With so much debate around the growing number of states and cities with laws banning …

4/20 Center Discussion Call on Pending UK Exec Comp Changes to Feature Former Head of ISS Europe, Detail Gender Pay Requirements

April 15, 2017 [Center News Story]

As the United Kingdom begins the process to exit the European Union, legislators in the …

Warren Aide, AFL-CIO Exec Rumored for SEC Post; Progress Toward CHOICE 2.0

April 14, 2017 [Center News Story]

During the first week of a two-week break, financial regulatory policy issues returned to …