The Consortium, Inc.

Senior US Executive Compensation Analyst

The Consortium, Inc. - Rockville, MD

Senior US Executive Compensation Analyst

Seeks a resident subject matter expert in the U.S. for executive compensation governance matters. 

As the Senior Executive Compensation Analyst, you will be part of a highly specialized research team focused on a key area of corporate governance that is increasingly important to institutional investors – executive pay. In this role, you will be a source of expertise and guidance internally for other analysts and externally in interfacing with clients and issuers. The candidate should be familiar with market compensation practices, including gold standard governance practices, and how governance issues affect investor voting decisions around pay proposals.

We’ll trust you to

  • Research proxy statements for high profile/contentious U.S. company shareholder meetings, focusing on executive compensation proposals.
  • Complete written analyses detailing vote recommendations and rationale related to compensation issues.
  • Support the standard research team staff in their analyses and review staff's work within the compensation policy framework.
  • Lead and/or participate in policy formulation relating to executive compensation.
  • Respond to client and company inquiries to explain compensation policies and model methodology and answer questions as necessary.
  • As requested, work with Marketing and Sales to promote our compensation policies to the industry.
  • Interface with technology tools to conduct accurate and meaningful analysis.
  • Recruit and train full-time and temporary research staff on executive compensation policies and methodologies.
  • As appropriate, maintain and update existing quantitative models.

Our dream candidate is/has

  • Highly knowledgeable in the areas of executive compensation governance and related company disclosures
  • Financial analysis and or equity analysis skills and expertise
  • Ability to explain complex compensation issues to clients and staff
  • Ability to understand and work with compensation modeling programs

You should definitely have

  • Strong analytical, verbal, and written skills
  • Ability to work within a team-oriented environment
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks
  • 2-5 years of relevant work experience
  • Bachelor's degree required; graduate degree or industry certification (CEP, CFA) preferred
  • Demonstrated familiarity with U.S. executive compensation issues

Posted On: Monday, August 7, 2023
Compensation: $90,000 - $100,000

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