The Investment Association’s Public Register shows that the number of investor revolts against remuneration reports is on the rise.
Revolts against remuneration reports look on course to increase significantly, according to figures from the Investment Association.
By the end of July the Public Register of shareholder resolutions had logged 41 companies that had seen votes of 20% or more against their remuneration reports, compared with 37 for the same period last year, and just 43 in the whole of 2017.
The Financial Times reported that th
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