Executive compensation

June 29, 2012 - 4:17pm
A passenger disembarking from a business jet

NBAA’s No Plane-No Gain information campaign was created several years ago to combat the image of business aircraft portrayed in mainstream media as the private conveyances for top-level company executives heading to a teetime.

January 10, 2007 - 10:58am

More detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft, is the aim of new proposals under consideration by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Wall Street Journal calls the proposals the “most sweeping overhaul of pay disclosure rules in 14 years.” The SEC will consider whether to formally adopt the proposals at a public meeting next Tuesday.

January 10, 2007 - 5:04am

More detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft, is the aim of proposed rulemaking from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Wall Street Journal calls the proposals the “most sweeping overhaul of pay disclosure rules in 14 years.” One of the proposals would lower the threshold at which perks must be disclosed.

January 8, 2007 - 5:57am

Monday is the deadline for comments on a Securities and Exchange Commission rulemaking proposal to require more detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft. The Wall Street Journal called the proposals the “most sweeping overhaul of pay disclosure rules in 14 years.” One of the proposals would lower the threshold at which perks must be disclosed.

December 15, 2006 - 11:49am

NBAA’s was one of more than 170 comments filed (mostly in support) to the Securities and Exchange Commission rulemaking proposal to require more detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft.

September 25, 2006 - 6:17am

More detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perquisites as personal use of corporate aircraft, is the aim of new proposals from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). One of the proposals would lower the threshold at which perks must be disclosed. Companies currently must reveal perks if the total aggregate value is more than $50,000, or 10 percent of total annual salary and bonus.

September 21, 2006 - 6:14am

April 10 is the comment deadline for a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposal to require more detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft. One of the proposals would lower the threshold at which perks must be disclosed. Companies currently must reveal perks if the total aggregate value is more than $50,000, or 10 percent of the total annual salary and bonus.

September 20, 2006 - 10:31am

April 10 is the comment deadline for a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposal to require more detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft. One of the proposals would lower the threshold at which perks must be disclosed. Companies currently must reveal perks if the total aggregate value is more than $50,000, or 10 percent of total annual salary and bonus.

September 18, 2006 - 8:14am

NBAA’s response was one of more than 170 comments (mostly supportive) filed about the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rulemaking proposal to require more detailed reporting of top executive compensation, including such perks as personal use of corporate aircraft.

 
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