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  • Welcome to the August 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • ACSI, executive pay and ESG factors
  • New UK executive remuneration binding vote regulations published
  • The Kay Review of UK equity markets may impact executive pay
  • As late night TV ads say: “Wait. There is more!”
  • Prodding a CEO with a Deep Pay Cut
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to the July 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • Australian LAFH tax change deadline extended to 1 October 2012
  • FSB reports on banker pay implementation across countries
  • UK to require binding votes on future executive pay policy, including exit payments
  • Directors personally liable for unpaid SG and PAYG amounts
  • US SEC Issues Compensation Consultant Rules
  • Corporations Act amendment received Royal Assent
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to this special news alert from GuerdonNews®

  • Welcome to the June 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • Government moves to allow AGM chair to vote undirected proxies on the remuneration report – but not there yet!
  • Clarifying tax on options and rights when the board recruits a senior executive
  • Should boards allow a re-test of long-term incentives? A checklist for the remuneration committee
  • Australian 2012 budget
  • Global pay regulation of bankers unevenly implemented, with risk potential for Australian banks
  • Singapore updates its governance principles
  • Changes expected to accounting treatment of share based payments
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to the May 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • An oversight checklist so that executive pay does not become a board distraction
  • Australian government budget initiatives give rise to board remuneration committee planning issues
  • Incorporating risk as well as return in assessing and paying for executive performance using risk adjusted TSR
  • Government releases legislation for superannuation fund remuneration disclosure and governance
  • The US eases remuneration and other disclosure requirements for start-up companies – a path for Australia?
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to the April 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • Shareholders’ proxies may be disregarded again this proxy season
  • Australian Tax Office wins in employee share scheme case
  • Clawback – a comparison of alternative approaches
  • Changes for superannuation funds on remuneration disclosure and trustee independence
  • Remuneration Forum 2012
  • A binding vote on executive pay
  • It's done (and dusted too)
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to the March 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • Just in case you missed our special alert
  • Impact of 2 strikes law strikes home!
  • ASIC sends another warning to companies for improved remuneration reports
  • Despite the pain, it is worth it!
  • A European perspective on executive pay laws and guidelines
  • Revised superannuation contributions reporting requirements from 1 July 2012
  • Moving up in the world
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Welcome to this special news alert from GuerdonNews®

  • Welcome to the February 2012 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • The outlook for director and executive pay in 2012
  • Fee increases return for Non-Executive Directors (NEDs)
  • The Honourable David Bradbury, MP, to discuss government’s remuneration regulations at Remuneration Forum
  • Limited action so far on director liability provisions
  • The UK government’s executive pay law proposals – going further than the Australian laws
  • CAMAC report on derivatives does not make it easier to pay for performance
  • New governance regime for not-for-profits – disclosure of remuneration on the way?
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

  • Season’s greetings, and welcome to the December 2011 issue of GuerdonNews®
  • Checklist for remuneration voting and keeping out of gaol
  • Analysis indicates companies with remuneration strikes underperform
  • 2011 CEO pay – median increases of 7%
  • Remuneration forum for board directors and their companies' investors
  • London School of Economics finds executive pay does vary with performance, while other workers’ pay varies little
  • Major central banker says that banks should not link pay to equity return
  • Latest GuerdonData® Updates
  • Guerdon Associates in the news

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