Compensation Committee Best Practices | Women in the Boardroom

Recorded Webinar

Compensation Committee Best Practices

Among the key responsibilities of board members is the compensation of executives, during the recruiting process and then in evaluating and rewarding performance.  The oversight of compensation by boards has developed significantly, with compensation committees often engaging independent advisors to assist them in this important role of the board.  Our panel of experts will discuss how compensation committees can employ “best practices” in fulfillment of this important board responsibility, and will also discuss the sometimes sensitive topic of board compensation.

Speakers

Howard Brod Brownstein, Deb Lifshey, Jane Park

Date & Time

July 23, 2020
12:00 PM ET

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About The Speakers

Howard Brod Brownstein

President of Brownstein Corporation

Howard Brod Brownstein, CTP, is a nationally-known turnaround and restructuring professional, and regularly provides programs for Women in the Boardroom. He is President of Brownstein Corporation, which provides turnaround management and advisory services, as well as investment banking, fiduciary services, litigation consulting, investigations and valuation services. He regularly serves on the boards of directors of public and private companies, and currently serves on the boards of: P&F Industries (Nasdaq: PFIN) where he chairs the Nominating/Governance and Strategic Planning & Risk Assessment Committees, Renew Financial, where he serves as chair of the Risk Committee, and Merakey, a nonprofit with over 10,000 employees. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional, and also an NACD Board Leadership Fellow and Immediate Past President and Board Chair of the NACD Philadelphia Chapter. He has authored ninety articles and textbook chapters, is a Contributing Editor at two publications, and is a regular guest-lecturer at Harvard Business School, Wharton, NYU and elsewhere. He received JD and MBA degrees at Harvard, and B.S. (Wharton) and B.A. degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.

Deb Lifshey

Managing Director, Pearl Meyer & Partners, LLC

Deborah Lifshey is a managing director in the New York office, where she specializes in advising clients on compensation matters from a legal perspective including securities disclosure, taxation and corporate governance issues, negotiation contracts, and reasonableness opinion letters. She is a graduate of the Industrial and Labor Relations School at Cornell University and the University of Florida College of Law, and served as a federal clerk for the Honorable Judge Susan H. Black on the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Prior to joining Pearl Meyer, Ms. Lifshey practiced at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, where she specialized in executive compensation, ERISA matters, and corporate transactions, and at Holland and Knight, where she specialized in employment litigation matters.

Jane Park

Principal, Pearl Meyer & Partners, LLC

Jane Park, principal in the New York office, joined Pearl Meyer in 2005. With more than 10 years of experience, Jane advises public and privately-held clients on executive and non-employee director compensation issues. Her work is focused on pay governance, incentive plan design, pay-for-performance alignment, compensation benchmarking, proxy analysis, and special programs for IPO and M&A transactions. Jane holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.

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