‘There needs to be clear alignment between pay and performance,’ writes the Investment Association in an open letter.
The impact of the cost-of-living crisis, high energy costs and inflation tops list of risks in Institute of Business Ethics research.
An expert panel discuss their view of global trends for the business world in Board Agenda’s The Macro Memo podcast.
Many fear for their jobs and are concerned about the US presidential election, US-China relations and keeping up with AI, research reveals.
In the FTSE 350, the median chief executive’s pay was 57 times that of the median employee in 2022, up from 56:1 the previous year.
FTSE 100 saw median pay for chief executives up 16% from 2021 to 2022, High Pay Centre think tank research shows.
Although BlackRock’s CEO does not mention the term ‘ESG’ in his annual letter, he highlights the investment risks posed by climate change.
Agility, planning in the shorter term and bravery will all stand chief executives in good stead in another unpredictable year.
Fund calls for ‘mindful’ pay ratios, showing executive pay is now firmly an issue for investors as the cost-of-living crisis bites.
The non-executive director’s role is to both challenge and listen to management, agreed the panel of a recent webinar.