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Just Realize It’s Simply One More Tool in Your Toolbox


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Can you hear them? Scratching away, or these days more likely pecking away at keyboards. The auditors are at it, it’s coming up on proxy time! They are working furiously, not exactly 24/7 but close to it to balance the books for some 10,000 publicly traded companies in the US. Unfortunately, not even Grahall can do this in its sleep! Journalists, activist investors, and regulators are poised to dissect the proxy statements that will start to be released in just a few weeks.

Today’s proxy bears little resemblance to that of 5 or 10 years ago, as there have been lots of changes in the way executives are compensated and the way that compensation is reported. As Grahall’s Garry Rogers says: “Nearly every aspect of compensation, with the exception of Code Section 162(m), has been revisited in the past several years. Stock options have been marginalized as a primary compensation tool because of changes in expensing and concerns about risk. In their place, the prevalence of restricted stock and performance shares is on the rise.”
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