WEBCAST - 23 FEBRUARY 2017
Critical Review of Relative TSR as a Performance Metric

PRESENTED BY:
Jon Burg, Partner, Aon Hewitt | Radford
Sian Halcrow, Head of Reward Analytics, New Bridge Street

 

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Relative total shareholder return (RTSR) is the most widely used metric for performance-based equity programs.  In the United Kingdom and parts of Europe, it is the favoured metric shareholders.  In the United States, the popularity has been fueled by peer prevalence and the influence of investors and their advisors.  As the prevalence has grown, so has the variation in design and accompanying complexity.  This session will examine program design with a critical eye toward “Why?” and attempt to critique whether it can achieve the often-stated objective of driving performance while aligning pay with investors.  Further, we will reveal new research on whether relative TSR programs reward performance or simply volatility.  The co-panelists will draw upon their deep consulting experience and critical research to provide the audience with insights and perspectives that get beyond the mundane statistics on design prevalence.

COST:
Members: No charge.
Nonmembers: $85.

LENGTH: 
Approx. 75 minutes 

CEU CREDIT:
This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards to determine the amount of credit you can receive.

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