All effective TSR programs begin with thoughtful plan design. Radford's consulting expertise and pioneering tools provide clients with assistance through every step of the design process, from choosing the best comparator group to determining appropriate payout curves.
- IndexPicker and PeerPicker: Choosing an appropriate comparator group for Relative TSR programs is one of the most important aspects of designing an effective and responsible plan. Radford's innovative IndexPicker and PeerPicker tools will help to ensure your plan's peer set is developed properly.
- Historical TSR Analysis: Performing a historical TSR analysis will not only provide information on how hypothetical awards would have paid out in the past, it will also impart valuable insights into modeling suitable payout curves during the award design process.
- Sensitivity Pricings: Radford's sensitivity pricings will empower multiple departments within your company. Finance teams will be better able to budget future award expenses, while Compensation Committees and Human Resources departments will be able to weigh the costs and benefits of various design scenarios.
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