ICGN publishes new guidelines on executive and non-executive director remuneration, to help companies, shareholders and investors.
Guidance on executive and non-executive director remuneration has been published by the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN).
The new guidance aims to provide a consistent perspective of remuneration policy and practice designed to help companies better understand long-term shareholders’ views, and serve as a tool for investors engaging with companies.
The executive director guidance provides greater clarity on committee leadership; refers to motivational considerations beyond financial remuneration; provides that base salary is p
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