PLI’s Guide to the SEC’s Executive Compensation and Related Party Transaction Disclosure Rules is the quick and cost-effective way to understand the most comprehensive revisions to these rules since 1992.
This authoritative, step-by-step guide eases the burden of meeting SEC requirements for Compensation Discussion and Analysis, including the six key questions CD&A must answer; Compensation Committee Report and Performance Graph, with details on what they must reveal; Summary Compensation Table and related post-employment benefits tables, with full coverage of their content and completion; and Director Compensation Disclosure, including its tabular content and narrative disclosure requirements.
Featuring the required tables and a tabular summary of how the new rules differ from the old rules, PLI’s Guide helps you satisfy the SEC’s “plain English” disclosure standard; new amendments for disclosure of perquisites, related party transactions, and corporate governance; new disclosure requirements for potential payments in termination or change-in-control situations; and new disclosure requirements if you’re a small business issuer, foreign private issuer, or business development company.
PLI’s Guide to the SEC’s Executive Compensation and Related Party Transaction Disclosure Rules is an essential guide for corporate lawyers, compliance officers, corporate executives, and business owners.
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