FTSE 100 saw median pay for chief executives up 16% from 2021 to 2022, High Pay Centre think tank research shows.
Investors’ dissent is predicted to remain high for this year’s AGM season, according to the register of shareholder revolts.
Church of England investors to vote against oil directors; US civil unrest; FRC to probe Deloitte; are UK execs better off in the US?
According to the High Pay Centre, there is scant evidence that paying executives more will help the economy and companies should grow talent.
Fund calls for ‘mindful’ pay ratios, showing executive pay is now firmly an issue for investors as the cost-of-living crisis bites.
US shareholders to target boardroom idlers; call for a debate on the concept of ESG; High Pay Hour 2023; Germans get ahead on due diligence.
Claim that windfall tax would hurt clean energy investment shows the change in mentality towards purposeful business isn’t taking root.
While there are signs of change, our research shows that shareholder primacy continues to underpin performance-related CEO pay.
Five leading voices in corporate governance explain their priorities—and predictions—for the year ahead.
Guidelines from investors, a Labour Party review and the arrest of Nissan’s chief executive have all put executive pay back in the headlines.