On June 9, 2023, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved proposed amendments of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq Stock Market LLC (Nasdaq) to their respective listing standards to implement the SEC’s previously adopted recoupment rules. These listing standard amendments extended the effective date for the new clawback listing standards to October 2, 2023, meaning that companies listed on either exchange will need to adopt a compliant clawback policy no later than December 1, 2023.Continue Reading Practical Considerations for Adopting a Clawback Policy in Advance of Effective Date of NYSE and Nasdaq Listing Standards
We will be presenting at the Society for Corporate Governance: Southeastern Chapter Multi-City Meeting. The multi-city meeting will include speakers across five different host cities in the Southeast – Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Miami, and Nashville. Continue Reading Society for Corporate Governance: Southeastern Chapter Multi-City Meeting
I recently authored an article published by Bloomberg Law providing insights to emerging growth companies (EGC) that are maturing and will be imminently transitioning from the limited proxy disclosure requirements of an EGC to the expansive disclosure and governance requirements of a seasoned public company.Continue Reading Tips for Registrants Transitioning from EGC Status
Watch the recording of our latest webinar, Effective Strategies in Preparing SEC’s Pay versus Performance Disclosure. To gain access, please click here.Continue Reading Watch On-Demand | Effective Strategies in Preparing SEC’s Pay versus Performance Disclosure
As proxy preparation season approaches, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)’s new pay versus performance (PVP) disclosure rules will present new and unique challenges for many public companies.
Continue Reading Key Considerations for Developing New SEC Pay versus Performance Disclosure