Compensation Committee Handbook (Google eBook)
John Wiley & Sons, Oct 27, 2004 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
This Second Edition provides a comprehensive review of the issues facing compensation committees and covers functional issues such as organising, planning, and best practice tips. Compliance advice on the implications of Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulations is addressed along with new requirements on disclosures of financial transactions involving management and principal stockholders.
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Part Two Legal and Regulatory Framework
Part Three Practical Applications
Appendix A Selected SEC Rules Regulations Schedules and Forms
Appendix B List of Organizations and Periodicals
Appendix C List of Directors Colleges and Other Training Opportunities
Appendix D Annotated Form of Compensation Committee Charter
amended amount annual arrangements audit committee benefit board of directors bonus business judgment rule cash CEO evaluation CEO’s change in control Chapter Code Section 162(m column committee’s company’s compensation committee corporate governance date of grant deferred compensation determined director compensation disclosure dividend duty EITF employee equity securities equity-based compensation ERISA Exchange Act executive compensation executive’s exercise price fair value FASB filed fiscal incentive stock options income independent directors insider trading Intel’s investors issuer issues Item meeting named executive officer Nasdaq rules number of shares NYSE ownership paid parachute payments paragraph pensation pension performance goals person proxy statement public companies purchase pursuant rabbi trust registrant registrant’s Regulation repricing restricted stock Sarbanes-Oxley Act SARs Section 16 SERP specific stock options stock price stock units term termination of employment tion trading transaction vesting