The recent growth of CEO pay is causing shareholders and policymakers to question companies’ compensation plans, especially against the backdrop of the pandemic. Bob Pozen, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, joins the podcast to discuss the new trends and common pitfalls of executive pay plans, including the current state of regulation and “Say on Pay,” the prevalence of peer benchmarking, links to stock performance and adjusted earnings, and more.

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Going Long Podcast: Mark Carney

14 June 2021 - Carney’s book, Value(s): Building a Better World for All, is available now. Episodes are also available on Apple, Spotify, and YouTube....

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Going Long Podcast: Alan Jope, Unilever

1 June 2021 - Unilever is a household name and a global leader in consumer goods. Now, it is quickly becoming a global leader in sustainable business, committing to net zero emissions across all its products by 2039.

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Going Long Podcast: Chow Kiat Lim, GIC

19 April 2021 -  “Long-termism is our national ethos in Singapore.” Chow Kiat Lim, CEO of GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, joins the podcast to share his views on how GIC approaches short-term pressures and more.

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