We have been following the developments in clawback policies in compensation very closely over the last several years. In this article we introduce the SEC’s latest proposal on clawbacks (Proposed Rule 10D-1) and provide recommendations to affected companies. Our recommendations are based on our expertise in value based management and look to strengthen the alignment of company management and shareholders. But first, we share a brief introduction to clawbacks for our readers who may not be familiar with them. Read More The SEC’s Clawback Proposal: Our Recommendations from a Value Management Perspective
Here at Stern Value Management, we hire at all levels of our organization – from entry-level consultants to experienced professionals. Previously, we spoke to Vanessa about her Analyst experience at SVM
. Today, we sit down with Mihai, who has been working as a Manager at SVM since October 2014. Mihai holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.
Read More An Interview with Mihai, Manager
Fuel subsidies are elitism dressed as populism. Thus, they are irresistible to politicians in developing countries.
Why? They sound like a benefit to the poor; yet, they profit the rich who drive. Somehow, lower classes think that the politicians are assisting them. The rich know the politicians have financed them. Thank you. Therefore, lower oil prices Read More Time to cut fuel subsidies