Study says failure is less likely when a board’s “social network” is large, its managerial network small and its executive pay relatively low.
Last year saw the highest number of notifiable shareholder revolts on pay for five years—and investors seem willing to maintain the pressure.
This year is the first time since 2011 that the median FTSE 100 CEO has had to work into a fourth day to make the average annual income.
Linking KPIs to sustainability targets results in complexity. A focus on corporate purpose is a better way to tackle climate change.
PwC report shows executive pay has fallen; but LGIM says investor feedback on remuneration is being ignored.
Incentive plans, share awards and bonus payments have become almost a guaranteed part of a chief executive’s pay package.
South Africa has the highest wage inequality in the world, and there is growing interest in remuneration governance and director pay.
Analysis by Board Agenda reveals that pay revolts in the first half of 2021 are up on the same period last year by 51%.
Study reveals 95% of UK and EU firms include ESG metrics in executive compensation plans, compared with 22% of US corporates.
While not exactly back to business as usual, companies are likely to feel investor pressure on a range of non-Covid topics in 2021.