Repricing challenges

Raymond, Doug
July 2009
Directors & Boards;2009 2nd Quarter, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses the issues surrounding the repricing options of board directors for executive compensation in the U.S. Board directors are faced with criticisms regarding company executives who are overpaid but do not perform well. Executives are being skeptic with markets due to the recession resulting in underperformance or resignations. As a result, directors resorted to repricing, which could improve a compensation program.


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