exechange is the research provider that tracks executive changes and determines the Push-out Score™.

The problem: CEOs are rarely openly fired. They may resign “voluntarily” before being ousted and “jump before they are pushed.”

The solution: The Push-out Score on a scale of 0 to 10 gauges the likelihood that a CEO was pushed out or felt pressure to leave.

exechange analyzes public sources, among them news releases and SEC filings, striving to provide the most current, accurate and complete coverage possible.

We work with a focus on facts, figures and form. Without fear or favor. Firm and fair. Our method is explained in detail in the paper Push-out Score™: The number you need to know (Download PDF)

The weekly exechange report is published every Monday and contains in-depth reports and analysis on capital market-relevant leadership changes from the Russell 3000 Index.

The exechange database currently contains records of over 2,000 CEO departures in the Russell 3000 Index from November 2016 to the present.

exechange’s products and data are used by practitioners in the financial community, such as investment managers and private equity firms, as well as in academic research.

Push-out Score™