Executive Compensation

The Banta Center for Business, Ethics and Society Presents:
Executive Compensation – Is There a Right Answer?

Learn about the challenges facing shareholders and regulators in regards to executive compensation.

REDLANDS, CA (October 25, 2012) - Executive compensation levels in the United Kingdom, like in the United States, have come under great scrutiny in the wake of the financial crisis. In this lecture, Dr. Ruth Bender of Cranfield University provides a comparative exploration of the challenges facing shareholders and regulators regarding executive compensation and its impact on effective corporate governance and performance. This guest lecture is part of the University of Redlands  Banta Center for Business, Ethics, and Society Lecture Series.

Lecture topics will include:

  • Increasing demands for limits on executive compensation by shareholders and regulators in the U.K. as compared to the U.S.
  • Growing attempts to link executive compensation to performance
  • Assessing the impact of the U.K.’s code based “comply or explain” on current corporate governance practices in the U.K. 
  • Identifying future trends and forecasts for executive compensation

WHAT: Executive Compensation – Is There a Right Answer?

WHO: Dr. Ruth Bender, Professor of Management
Cranfield University

Dr. Bender’s research previously focused on executive remuneration, which was published in the Journal of Business Ethics, Corporate Governance: An International Review and Vanderbilt Law Review. Her current research explores executive compensation consultants and the factors affecting their client advice.

WHEN: Monday, October 29, 2012
6:00 -7:30 p.m. (dinner served at 5:30 p.m.)

WHERE: University of Redlands, Casa Loma Room
1200 East Colton Ave., Redlands, CA 92373

RSVP: Please contact Vanessa Siliezar at (909)-748-8769 or by Friday, October 26 to reserve a space.

Event Contact:
Vanessa Siliezar

Media Contact:
Patty Zurita

How large is the main campus?
160 acres

The campus of the University of Redlands covers 160 acres.