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  • Newsletter

    The Canadian government tabled a motion in the House of Commons on June 17, 2019 that paves the way for the introduction of legislation on changes to stock option taxation and provided further details on the proposed changes.

    Ryan Resch and Ming Young

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    Willis Towers Watson’s Global Financial Services Group has deepened its bench with the addition of Karen Pocious, a director, who will lead the company’s wealth management initiatives and broaden its wealth management human capital capabilities.

    Don Delves and Darren Moskovitz

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    The May Insider reports on the IRS’s updates to the EPCRS self-correction program for certain document and operational failures, an annual analysis of the pension disclosures of 100 publicly traded U.S. sponsors of large pension plans, the DOL proposal to clarify the “regular rate” used to calculate overtime pay, and the July 31, 2019 due date of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute fee imposed under the Affordable Care Act.
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    This report provides an update on executive compensation trends for the approximately two-thirds of FTSE 100 companies that have published their annual report and accounts from September 2018 to May 2019.
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    Vanguard has released updated proxy voting guidelines for U.S. portfolio companies just in time for the proxy season. The updated guidelines, which provide greater detail on a number of compensation matters, became effective April 1, 2019.

    Michael Biggane, Eric Chen and Jim Kroll

  • Newsletter

    Over a year after the “performance-based compensation” exception to Section 162(m) of the IRS Code was eliminated as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, relatively few companies have made significant plan changes to their pay programs to take advantage of its repeal, and guidance from Institutional Shareholder Services reinforces that this may be the right course.

    Ryan Beger and Steve Seelig

  • Newsletter
    This edition of Executive Pay Matters – UK reports three case studies of how organisations have taken their job levelling to the next level and you can improve your levelling structure.
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    Retail’s fiscal 2019 financials, which ended January 31, improved despite reports of a poor holiday shopping season, but how could more temperate discretionary spending in fiscal 2020 impact industry results and bonus payouts?

    Kate King and Chris Marques

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    We’re often asked by clients in the midst of a merger how to treat incentive compensation at both the target company and the acquirer. Here’s what experience has taught us.

    Kenneth Kuk and Scott Oberstaedt

  • Newsletter
    The April Insider reports on the IRS’s decision not to issue guidance prohibiting retiree lump sum windows, the Trump administration’s 2020 budget proposal, the House Ways and Means Committee approval of a broad retirement bill, the Department of Labor’s (DOL’s) challenge to cross-plan offsetting, a district court’s decision that the final regulations on association health plans are unlawful and the DOJ’s revised position on invalidating the Affordable Care Act.
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