Eric Hosken is a Partner of Compensation Advisory Partners LLC (CAP) in New York. He has over 15 years of executive compensation consulting experience working with senior management and Compensation Committees on all aspects of executive and director compensation.
Eric’s areas of focus include compensation strategy development, evaluating the pay and performance relationship for senior executives, annual and long-term incentive plan design, performance measure selection and board of director compensation. A key objective in his executive compensation work is designing executive compensation programs to support the achievement of business strategy and to align with shareholder value creation. He has experience with large publicly-traded companies, as well as privately-held and smaller public companies across a wide array of industries, including financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, professional services, retail and telecommunications. He has assisted companies in developing compensation programs to address special situations including mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs, and IPO’s.
Before joining CAP, Eric was a Principal at Korn/Ferry International specializing in executive compensation consulting. Prior to that, he worked at Mercer in New York and SCA Consulting in its Dallas and New York offices.
Publications and Speeches
Eric is a frequent speaker on the topic of executive compensation for multiple organizations, including Finance Executives International, the Global Equity Organization, National Association of Corporate Directors, NASPP, and WorldatWork. Eric writes extensively on the topic of executive compensation with articles in American Banker, CNBC online, Compensation Focus, The Corporate Board, Executive Counsel, People & Strategy and workspan. He is also frequently quoted in the business press (e.g., Agenda, Bloomberg, CFO Magazine, CNBC online, Compliance Week, Treasury and Risk and The Wall Street Journal).
Eric has a Master of Science in Labor Economics from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with Honors from Oberlin College.