Executive Compensation Committee Update: Part 1


An increasingly critical duty for boards of directors relates to the supervision, compensation and retention of the senior executive leadership team. On this episode, the first in a two-part series, Michael Peregrine welcomes Tim Cotter, managing director of SullivanCotter, and Ralph DeJong, partner at McDermott Will and Emery, for a discussion on the latest trends and developments impacting the executive compensation committee’s decision-making process.

You will learn:

  • Where executive compensation is trending in 2020
  • Increasing expectations of engagement by members of the executive compensation committee
  • How coordination between the executive compensation committee and other board-level committees is increasing
  • Potential effects of political, reputational and other environmental factors on executive compensation decisions
  • Impact of today’s high CEO turnover on board oversight standards and talent retention practices in healthcare