Jeremy Goldstein is an attorney at law. He is currently practicing in New York City. Jeremy Goldstein has a bright idea what an unsustainable economic environment for corporations can cause. He has worked with many companies such as the Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and Verizon. Goldstein strongly advocates on the use of Earning per Share in the incentive-based pay programs. EPS help handle the employees’ incentives positively. EPS pauses a prominent influence on the stock price. EPS acts as the drive to buying and selling for shareholders. It also gives a bonus to companies, making them increase the payment per employee. Studies have shown that having EPS cater for the overall pay structure has enterprises made more lucrative.
Opponents to EPS has said that it is only valuable for short-term profiting. They argue that EPS cannot be relied on to provide a sustainable profit for a long term. Jeremy Goldstein recommends for a compromise between the EPS opponents and its exponents. He argues that pay per performance should not be ruled out. Instead, company CEOs and executives should be held accountable for their actions. Goldstein believes that EPS acts as an incentive and motivator to better workplaces. EPS should measure the company’s long-term objectives. It provides a well-sustained company growth for long-term goals.
Jeremy Goldstein has endowed himself with many professional skills. He is a legal advisor, Legal researcher, and prowess in Restructuring, mergers, corporate finance, private equating and an expert in corporate law, corporate governance and executive pay. Goldstein is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates. It is a boutique law firm entitled to advise the compensation committee, CEOs, management teams, and executives. It informs them on compensation and corporate governance.
The firm dispenses its advice on issues pertaining transformative corporate events and sensitive scenarios. Goldstein possesses a Juris Doctorate from New York University School of Law. He has first-hand experience from many banking institutes, oil, and petroleum companies and also stockholder companies. Goldstein is a prominent legal counsel in the legal 500 and the Chambers USA Guide to America’s top lawyers for business. As a member of the professional board, he participates in the NYU Journal of law and business. He chairs the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the Executive Compensation Committee. Jeremy Goldstein is charitable personnel and also a member of philanthropist. He funds the Fountain house and aids them in helping people who have the mental illness.
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