Factors To Consider In Executive Compensation For IPOs (2024)

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Factors To Consider In Executive Compensation For IPOs (2024)

Companies transitioning from private to public status typically face the pivotal task of transforming executive compensation structures. This shift is not merely a procedural change but a strategic maneuver to align with public company market norms. The overarching goal is to retain and motivate the leadership team that possesses deep institutional knowledge of the company. Such a strategy ensures that once public, the company continues to drive shareholder value creation for its new, broader shareholder base. Below is a sequential step by step outline that boards and management should consider. While this outline is not all encompassing, these essential steps will help a compensation committee and management effectively navigate the many new factors of executive compensation as a public company.