FTSE 100 saw median pay for chief executives up 16% from 2021 to 2022, High Pay Centre think tank research shows.
Although the pandemic devastated economies, companies got better at corporate reporting, researchers in New Zealand found.
Virtual-only AGMs can damage shareholders’ rights and reduce accountability, according to the International Corporate Governance Network.
Experts warn that boards cannot devise a response plan to everything that might go wrong, so should focus on emerging risks.
Firms need to focus on building an inclusive environment and a culture of trust to overcome the challenges of remote or hybrid working.
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In the 2022 season, hybrids have carved out an audience, although in-person and fully virtual annual general meetings remain dominant.
The time has come to check whether the benefits of teamwork are still outweighing the costs.
Top-level pay was boosted to pre-pandemic levels by incentives schemes in many cases, leaving investors ‘outraged’, researchers found.
A recent event hosted by Mazars brought together audit committee chairs and investors to explore their experience of coping with the impact of Covid-19.