ISS Corporate Solutions (“ICS”) works with publicly traded companies to help them build shareholder value and reduce risk through the adoption of strong corporate governance and executive compensation programs. ICS leverages its Software as a Service Platform to deliver our extensive datasets, cutting edge analytics, and advisory expertise to help companies better understand the needs and preferences of their institutional investors. Additionally, we partner with compensation consultants, law firms, and solicitors to help corporate issuers with their corporate governance needs.
Our global client base extends to nearly 1300 companies located across North America, Europe and Asia. Our key contacts include C-Suite executives, board members, and senior professionals within finance, legal, investor relations, and HR departments.
ICS is a wholly owned subsidiary of Institutional Shareholder Services, Inc. (“ISS”), the world’s leading provider of corporate governance solutions, and is headquartered in Rockville, MD.
Interested in being an influential team member in the world of executive compensation? Work with ISS and experience an opportunity to affect the corporate landscape of executive compensation.
ISS is seeking an Executive Compensation Analyst to join our US Research Team. This position is based in Rockville, Maryland.
We are seeking a resident subject matter expert for U.S. Research staff in the area of U.S. executive compensation and benefit programs and practices. The ideal candidate could come from a compensation consulting practice, a law firm, proxy solicitor, or even corporate HR (although focus should be on executive compensation, not broad-based benefits). Our analysts are a part of a highly specialized research team focused on a key area of corporate governance that is of critical importance to institutional investors – executive pay. In this role you will be a source of expertise and guidance both internally with other analysts, and externally in interfacing with clients and issuers. Familiarity with pay-related corporate governance issue is important.