Alvarez & Marsal, in a partnership with Equilar, proudly announces the release of its 2017/2018 Executive Change in Control Report.
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November 14, 2017

In recent years, external forces have continued to advocate for more transparency and change with respect to executive compensation. The one area of executive compensation that is often embattled with criticism is change in control provisions.

A&M’s Compensation and Benefits Practice has partnered with Equilar and is pleased to provide this edition of our study on change in control arrangements among the top 200 publicly traded companies in the United States.

This study analyzes the benefits received by the CEOs and other named executive officers (“Other NEOs”) at the 20 largest public companies in 10 different industries, based on market capitalization. Our findings are intended to provide an overview of the current environment and identify market trends with regards to executive change in control arrangements.