“How much should I pay my board?”
“How much should I be paid as a board member?”
“How many independent board members should I have?”
“What board structure should I have to generate the highest strategic impact on our organization?”

These are common questions asked by many organizations and board members, which have traditionally been difficult to answer with objective data. ABA has gathered data on thousands of Fiduciary and Non-Fiduciary boards on private companies and divisions of public companies around the world to help our clients optimize board compensation, board structure and strategic value. We are now making this data available to you for free.

Objective Board Data

When we first came up with the concept of ABA over 12 years ago we were surprised and frustrated with the limited amount of objective data on private company boards. Not a lot has changed in that time. Today, when many private companies consider building or enhancing a board it can be difficult to find relevant, customized and timely data.

Executives that want objective data on private company boards of directors and advisory boards are often frustrated with antiquated way private company board data has traditionally been collected. It normally requires participants to take a very long survey and wait 4-8 months to access aggregated data from a small data set.

ABA has been collecting data on thousands of private boards from around the world for the last 6 years. Now this data can be accessed in real-time segmented to address your organization’s specific needs.

Take this short 10 minute survey and you will instantly receive a dashboard report of information Benchmarking your board to others around the world.

The dashboard will answer the following common questions above and will also provide you specific data on the following:

  • How private company boards, both Fiduciary and Non-Fiduciary, are structured and compensated
  • General sizes and types of companies
  • Number of board members on different types of boards
  • How this data correlates to high impact boards

Click here to access your FREE report.