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EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION -- WHO'S WORTH WHAT AND WHY?

 SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Senior executives are now subject to new requirements by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that demand a direct link between compensation and corporate performance. Top decision-makers in all industry sectors -- public and private -- are under magnified scrutiny in an economy still dragged by declining employment and sliding blue-chip performance. Now they are forced to face often-raised questions about their personal value, contribution and cost to the corporation. Can they justify making all that money?
 James A. Finkelstein, whose firm recently completed a study on Los Angeles County's controversial pension program (L.A. Times 10/22/92) will address the issues of executive worth and changes in compensation and motivation during a breakfast speaking engagement at the City Club of San Francisco on Feb. 10, at 8 a.m.
 Based in San Francisco, Finkelstein is president and chief executive officer of W F Corroon (formerly known as C & B Consulting Group), a national human resource consulting firm and corporate subsidiary of the Willis Corroon Group plc (NYSE: WCG), the world's fourth-largest insurance brokerage and consulting firm. W F Corroon, with offices in 13 major U.S. cities, is a consultant to corporations, governmental and non-profit organizations and multi-employer plans. It specializes in compensation, benefits, retirement, actuarial, communication and organization consulting.
 Speaker: President & Chief Executive Officer of W F Corroon
 James A. Finkelstein
 Date: Feb. 10, 1993
 8 to 9 a.m.
 Location: City Club, 155 Sansome St., 10th Floor
 Reservations: 415-362-2480
 News media contact: 415-989-5116
 Cost: $10 City Club and Chamber of Commerce members
 $15.75 non-members
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 /CONTACT: Susan Banashek of Banashek & Co., 415-989-5116, for W F Corroon/
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