While the debate over executive pay continues unabated, research sheds light on a largely overlooked element—the relationship between the remuneration committee and specialist pay consultants.
In recent years, two questions have become prominent in companies’ discussions on governance: How much should we pay executives, and how should we pay them?
In answering those questions, remuneration committees (Remcos) face the age-old problem of reconciling perceived business needs with the perceived requirement of executives. So, they turn to specialist remuneration consultants for help with these complex decisions.
Could an examination of this largely overlooked relationship shed some light on the current battle over executive pay? We interviewed some of the leading UK executive pay advisors to explore how pay is determined and reveal
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