Bear State Financial's Golden Parachute
Compensation Name Title Cash Equity (*) Tom Fritsche Chief Risk Officer $700,000 $461,027 Matt Machen President & CEO $736,667 $409,286 Sherri R.
From these, five proposals by investors that restricted golden parachute
packages got support from the majority of shareholders.
The survey indicated a decline in use of a golden parachute
clause by 10 percent, which was second to non-solicitation clause, down 17.
ISS advised shareholders to vote against 28 percent of golden parachute
proposals between February and the end of October, according to compensation consultants Pearl Meyer & Partners," the Journal reported.
Adding fuel to the fire was Vasella's planned 72 million Swiss franc golden parachute
, to be paid out over six years, provided he did not go to work for the competition, after stepping down this February.
15 ( ANI ): A former KGB agent, who served as the chief executive of a Russian mining group would be receiving a 100 million dollar golden parachute
pay-off, which would be the largest pay-off in the country's corporate history.
I don't know if it's up to the international community, given what Qadhafi has done against his own people, to prepare him any kind of easy exit or some kind of golden parachute
to leave Libya," Mr.
Exceptions can be made if a credit union gets permission from its state or federal regulator or it uses a golden parachute
to hire new executives to bring it back to sound financial health.
The second reporting requirement in the final rule mandates that, in the case of a merger or takeover, companies disclose the golden parachute
arrangements for named executive officers in both tabular and narrative formats.
TAOISEACH Brian Cowen finally threw in the towel last night and walked away with a EUR400,000 golden parachute
Record City bonuses, massive boardroom pay rises 10 times that on the shop floor, golden parachute
pensions for the bosses, lead balloons for the workers.
Other topics receiving multiple letters included criticism of field burning, University of Oregon Athletic Director Bill Moos' $2 million golden parachute
and a debate over whether it was appropriate to present religious gospel music at the dedication of the new federal courthouse in Eugene.