Watch the recording of our latest webinar, Effective Strategies in Preparing SEC’s Pay versus Performance Disclosure. To gain access, please click here.
Please join the Bass, Berry & Sims Corporate & Securities Practice Group for a series of complimentary webinars exploring various public company-related securities law issues. These CLE programs will be an extension of our Securities Law Exchange Blog and will feature timely and practical guidance for SEC disclosure counsel on key topics of interest.
On August 25, 2022, the SEC adopted a final rule on the mandated pay versus performance disclosure. The new rule, which takes effect for fiscal years ending on or after December 16, 2022, is an important new disclosure requirement for the 2023 proxy season, and will impact many public companies.
Mark Borges, principal at Compensia and nationally recognized compensation consultant will join our corporate attorneys for the next installment in our public company webinar series. Join us for a timely discussion of the SEC’s new pay versus performance rule. In addition to the basics about the new rule, the webinar will also cover the key practical considerations you need to know to prepare for the first year of pay versus performance disclosure including:
- Outlining the role of compensation consultants.
- A discussion of how company-selected metrics should be identified.
- Computing “compensation actually paid” and more.
Who Should Attend?
- Public company finance and SEC reporting personnel.
- In-house counsel at the above institutions.
- Compliance officers.
- Other interested professionals.
Submit your questions for presenters upon registration or email questions to Tara Swint.
This program is approved for 45 minutes of General Tennessee CLE credit. Please provide your BPR number upon registration in order for Bass, Berry & Sims to report your participation to the Tennessee CLE Commission following the webinar.
Other State CLE
Bass, Berry & Sims does not seek direct accreditation from states outside of Tennessee, but some states allow attorneys to earn credit through reciprocity or self-submission. Certificates of completion and other common supporting documents will be provided for use in jurisdictions outside of Tennessee.