Luke Hildyard

Luke is director of the High Pay Centre (HPC), having previously worked as deputy director of HPC from 2012–2015. He was subsequently policy lead for corporate governance and stewardship at the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association, the trade body for UK pension fund investors, before returning as director of HPC in March 2018. He has authored a number of reports on subjects including inequality, corporate governance and responsible investment and has also previously worked for a number of think-tanks and in local government.

Latest Articles by Luke Hildyard

  1. remuneration, remco, pay

    1 June, 2018

    Remcos must be reformed to reign in executive pay

    If executive pay is to be brought under control, a different approach will be needed for remuneration committees and strategic planning.

  1. 2020 sign

    2 January, 2020

    Key trends in corporate governance for 2020

    Five leading voices in corporate governance explain their priorities—and predictions—for the year ahead.

  1. CEO facing performance-related pay target

    8 January, 2021

    CEO pay incentives reflect board priorities—and its still shareholder returns

    While there are signs of change, our research shows that shareholder primacy continues to underpin performance-related CEO pay.