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John Borneman Will Present at the 2016 Equilar Compensation Forum

On April 5, 2016, John Borneman will present at the 2016 Equilar Compensation Forum at NASDAQ MarketSite in NYC. This one-day program is for public company compensation committee members/chairs, chief HR and senior-level in-house compensation executives, general counsel, and corporate secretaries. The goal of the Compensation Committee Forum is to arm participants with the necessary knowledge to make the right pay decisions that are most relevant to their business and best drive their long-term strategy to increase shareholder value. Read more

Seamus O’Toole featured in Equilar: “2016 Stock Ownership Guidelines”

Semler Brossy’s Seamus O’Toole was featured in two recent Equilar reports about 2016 Director and Executive Stock Ownership Guidelines. The 2016 Executive Stock Ownership Guidelines report states: “While the percentage of Fortune 100 companies that disclose ownership guidelines or holding requirements in any… Read more

Semler Brossy Panelists to Speak at 2016 Total Rewards Conference

John Borneman and Blair Jones have each been accepted as speakers at the 2016 Total Rewards Conference to be held June 6-8, 2016, in San Diego. Jones will present "What's Next for Executive Compensation?" John will be presenting on "60 Minutes to Success: Communicating for Insight and Impact." Read more

Equilar’s 2016 Compensation Summit Features 4 Semler Brossy Panelists

John Borneman, Mark Emanuel and Steve Charlebois have been invited to speak at Equilar’s Annual Compensation Summit to be held June 20-22 in Boston. Borneman will be on a panel to discuss "Mergers and Acquisitions and Spinoffs, Oh My! Key Lessons for Navigating the Yellow Brick Road of Executive Compensation in a Successful Transaction." Emanuel  and Charlebois will be discussing "Exploring Current Issues in Compensation for Global Companies." Read more