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In 2015, 85% of S&P 500 companies received a "For" recommendation from ISS for their Say on Pay proposal for a second consecutive year.

Lobbying and Political Spending Disclosure Shareholder proposals remain the most popular ESG proposal among S&P 500 companies.

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House, Senate Finance Committee Pass Tax Reform With Center-Opposed Compensation Provisions Removed

November 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

This week, the House of Representatives passed its comprehensive tax reform bill on a 227 to …

ISS Releases 2018 Final Policies; Adds Financial Metrics to Quantitative Screening

November 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

In preparation for the 2018 proxy season, ISS has released its updated policies. Changes to …

Western Digital, Oracle Become Fifth and Sixth Say On Pay Failures of 2017; Shareholders Vote Down Gender Pay Equity Proposal

November 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

Western Digital achieved just 41.9% support for its say on pay proposal, becoming the fifth …

Chairman Clayton Floats Reopening SEC Proxy Plumbing Concept Release for Updated Feedback

November 18, 2017 [Center News Story]

In remarks given last week before the 49th Practicing Law Institute's conference on …

Center Opposes Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Language Included in Senate Finance Tax Reform Bill

November 11, 2017 [Center News Story]

As previously indicated, in response to the advocacy of the Center On Executive Compensation …

Center Annual Meeting Explores Governance Threats and Opportunities, Including Pay Ratio, Simplification and ESG Issues

November 11, 2017 [Center News Story]

The Center On Executive Compensation held its 2017 Annual Meeting on November 9 amidst an …