Trends in Executive Compensation

The Conference Board of Canada, October 26, 2011
Recorded Webinar
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Executive compensation is under pressure. And staying on top of trends in executive compensation can be a challenge for even the most dedicated members of compensation committees and management. The Directors College is pleased to present a special 60-minute interactive webinar featuring the Hay Group’s Christopher A. Chen and Anand Parsan.

Webinar Highlights

Topics to be covered include:

  • Strategic compensation analysis—a Canadian perspective
  • U.S./U.K. executive compensation rules and their impact on organizations in Canada
  • Risk assessment in pay for performance
  • Corporate governance—Say on Pay voting results

Christopher A. Chen is National Director for Executive Compensation at the Hay Group and a member of the firm’s Executive Reward Global Leadership Team. He advises clients on supporting stakeholder value through effectively aligning organizational strategy to executive compensation. He has worked extensively with private and public sector clients across Canada in the areas of corporate governance, compensation strategy, competitive benchmarking and incentive design. As a former lawyer and compensation director, he brings deep technical and industry expertise to his clients.

Anand Parsan is a Senior Principal in the Hay Group’s Executive Compensation Practice, based in Toronto. He has practiced as an HR professional for over 15 years, both locally and internationally, and offers a combination of strategic and technical skills based on his many years of consulting and industry experience. Anand is a trusted advisor to Board members and management and is an expert in the design and implementation of corporate governance and compensation programs that support organizational strategy and objectives, as well as shareholders’ interests.

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