executive pay, remuneration

18 May, 2018

Remuneration tightrope: what is the future of exec pay?

Investors, politicians, regulators and pressure groups are increasingly voicing concern about lavish executive pay packages, especially those that reward poor performance, and are urging companies to ...
gender diversity, gender quotas, gender equality

18 April, 2018

Legal & General and investment group to ‘vote against’ non-diverse boards

The heat has been put on boards that fail to manage compliance with diversity targets, after key investor representatives issued broadsides against those with too few women in place. Legal & Ge...
boardroom, chairman

7 March, 2018

Investors: revised code ‘too narrowly’ focused on workforce engagement

Proposed revisions to the UK's corporate governance code focus too narrowly on workforce engagement, according to a major body representing investors. The Investment Association, which represents i...
Carillion, FRC

16 January, 2018

Carillion directors face probe after company goes into liquidation

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20 December, 2017

Pearson tops list of shareholder revolts on remuneration

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UN SDGs, Sustainable Development Goals

14 November, 2017

Call for more corporate reporting on UN Sustainable Development Goals

The UK’s corporate governance watchdog should explore ways to increase transparency in corporate reporting of company contributions towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), according...
FTSE, investors, shareholders

7 November, 2017

Investors turn the screws over toned-down executive pay awards

FTSE350 companies have been given notice by shareholders that a trend to cut variable pay awards for executives should continue into 2018. The warning came from the
UK flag, UK government

4 September, 2017

UK government waters down plans to strengthen corporate governance

Watered-down proposals to improve the UK’s corporate governance regime have been
Sterling, pound

18 August, 2017

‘Shareholder spring’ dents FTSE100 remuneration rise

A reprise of the "shareholder spring" last year has seen more modest remuneration for the UK’s top company directors, according to research from the Investment Association. However, dissent among th...