As a key player in your company's equity compensation program, you are most certainly facing calls to better link executive equity-based compensation to corporate performance. Relative Total Shareholder Return (TSR) plans have emerged as a prominent tool to better align shareholder and executive interests. Learn how to strategically evaluate this type of plan for your company, as well as how to design and account for such a program in this white paper by Radford (an Aon Hewitt Company), an industry expert in Relative TSR awards.

By studying the paper, you will be able to:

  • Articulate the benefits of using a Relative TSR Metric, such as stability and predictability of future payouts 
  • Apply the key design considerations that must be addressed and know common pitfalls to avoid​
  • Identify and explain the accounting, tax, and administrative implications of plan design

DOWNLOAD Key Design Considerations When Adopting a Relative TSR Plan and share with your team today!

 

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