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About the New Pay VS. Performance Special Session

  • What: A 3-part Special Session that will provide disclosure tips and practical guidance on tackling interpretive issues the new pay versus performance disclosure requirements adopted by the SEC bring.
  • Where: Nationwide via our virtual event platform.
  • When: November 10, 2022 1-4 p.m. EST
  • Cost: $595

DISCOUNT AVAILABLE: If you’ve registered for the Proxy Disclosure and 19th Annual Executive Compensation Conferences or are a member of, you are eligible for a discounted registration. Discounted Registration: $295

Part 1 — Tackling Your Pay Vs. Performance Disclosures: Navigating Interpretive Issues

Tune in to this session to advance your understanding of the SEC’s final rule – including practical guidance on interpretive questions that are coming to light as practitioners put pen to paper. Hear from these experts:

  • Sonia Barros, Sidley
  • Mark Borges, Compensia and
  • Meredith Cross, WilmerHale
  • Mark Kronforst, EY
  • Dave Lynn, Morrison Foerster and


This session will cover:

  • Overview of Pay Vs. Performance Disclosure Requirements
  • Important Interpretive Issues – And How to Handle
  • Accounting Implications
  • Practice Pointers
Sonia Barros


Mark Borges
Mark Borges

Compensia and

Meredith Cross


Mark Kronforst


Dave Lynn

Morrison Foerster and

Part 2 — Tackling Your Pay vs. Performance Disclosures: Big Picture Impact

Investors and proxy advisors have spent years developing pay-for-performance models to evaluate say-on-pay resolutions. Will the new disclosure mandate affect that analysis? Will it change expectations for engagements? Join this session for tips on how to approach your engagements and disclosures with an eye towards positive voting outcomes for say-on-pay and compensation committee elections. Hear from these experts:

  • Jun Frank, ISS Corporate Solutions
  • Dave Lynn, Morrison Foerster and
  • Rob Main, Sustainable Governance Partners


This session will cover:

  • Putting “pay versus performance” in context
  • Impact on say-on-pay and responsiveness models: early predictions
  • How companies can prepare pay vs. performance disclosures with an eye towards minimizing questions and risks
  • Longer term impacts on compensation programs & disclosures
  • Recommendations for shareholder engagements
Dave Lynn

Morrison Foerster and

Rob Main

Sustainable Governance Partners

Jun Frank

ISS Corporate Solutions

Part 3 — Tackling Your Pay vs. Performance Disclosures: Key Learnings From Our Sample

Prepare to tackle your 2023 pay versus performance table and narratives by walking through our sample annotated disclosures and hearing “lessons learned.” This session will guide you through the processes that you need, and help you put pen to paper, as you embark on your 2023 proxy statement. Hear from these experts:

  • Mark Borges, Compensia and
  • Liz Gartland, Fenwick & West
  • Dave Lynn, Morrison Foerster and
  • Ron Mueller, Gibson Dunn


This session will cover:

  • Tabular Disclosure
  • “Clear descriptions” of relationships
  • List of most important performance measures
  • Lessons Learned
  • Key process recommendations
Mark Borges
Mark Borges

Compensia and

Liz Gartland

Fenwick & West

Dave Lynn

Morrison Foerster and

Ron Mueller

Gibson Dunn

Not Registered for Our Conferences?

Don’t miss the precursor to this special session. Register now for our Proxy Disclosure and Executive Compensation Conferences, where experts from FW Cook, Latham & Watkins, Ropes & Gray and Weil, Gotshal & Manges will outline the practical actions that you need to take right now to comply with the new mandate.

Pay versus performance isn’t the only significant rulemaking coming from the SEC. The Commission has been busy with rulemakings on clawbacks, universal proxy, climate change disclosures, insider trading, cybersecurity disclosures and more.

Experts from across the country will share their top tips for the SEC’s ambitious agenda and other issues facing the corporate world today at the Proxy Disclosure and Executive Compensation Conferences — happening virtually October 12-14 — and at our 1st Annual Practical ESG Conference, happening virtually on October 11th.


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