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2021 Season Preview with Glass Lewis - U.S. & ESG Initiatives

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Feb 11, 2021 07:28 AM

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Speakers

Kern McPherson
Vice President, Research and Engagement @Glass Lewis
Kern McPherson joined Glass Lewis in 2009 and leads the North American research teams covering corporate governance, executive compensation and environmental & social issues at over 6,500 companies traded in the U.S. and Canada. Kern specializes in issuer and stakeholder engagement, corporate governance analysis, research operations, and is an active participant in Glass Lewis’ policy and product development.
Courteney Keatinge
Senior Director of Environmental, Social and Governance Research @Glass Lewis
Courteney Keatinge oversees Glass Lewis’ research and vote recommendations for shareholder proposals and covers research on major environmental and social issues in all major markets. Courteney plays a lead role in Glass Lewis’ partnerships with ESG data providers and specializes in issuer and stakeholder engagement, corporate governance and ESG analysis. She is also an active participant in Glass Lewis’ policy and product development and has contributed to a variety of papers with organizations including the UN PRI and Ceres on issues related to ESG and corporate governance.
Julian Hamud
Senior Director of Executive Compensation Research @Glass Lewis
Julian Hamud joined Glass Lewis in 2013 and currently manages the specialized research team analyzing North American compensation issues, including proposals relating to Say-on-Pay and equity plans. He previously covered executive compensation for the UK and Israel, and frequently leads or participates in engagements with corporate issuers regarding Glass Lewis’ practices and marketplace trends. Julian holds a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from San Francisco State University, where he focused on movements related to transparency and governance, and served as a reviewer for the department’s academic journal.