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Center on Executive Compensation Criticizes Proposed ISS Equity Scorecard Over Unintended Consequences, Increased Uncertainty
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Nov. 1, 2014
"The impact of the changes is potentially significant, as the new scorecard (which will form the basis of ISS's recommendations for binding shareholder votes on stock plans) incorporates several criteria that up until now only had been part of ISS's recommendations for nonbinding say on pay votes. Under the new process, ISS will shift from a series of pass/fail stand-alone tests focused on the cost of the equity plan and so-called egregious practices to a more 'holistic' approach that takes into account cost, plan features and grant practices using a qualitative review."

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