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Weighing in on Executive Comp
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Feb. 13, 2014
"The intersection of executive pay with the company's performance is seen as a critical element in say-on-pay votes, but Georgeson's research shows that total shareholder return relative to a company's peers is a bigger factor than absolute return, [said Rajeev Kumar, senior managing director for corporate governance and research at Georgeson, a proxy solicitation and corporate governance consulting company].... Smaller companies are more likely to fail to win majority support than large companies, he said, attributing that fact to large companies' greater experience with shareholder engagement and greater resources to support outreach."

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