Chairman of Weir Group’s remuneration committee writes of the need for chief executives to lead the way on executive pay reform.
It’s undoubtedly a tough job, especially in this pay-sensitive climate. So why would anyone want to be remuneration chair? The Secret NED mulls it over.
Long-term equity is best way to ensure interests of the environment and stakeholders, argues London Business School professor.
Pay proposals have seen a raft of companies receive admonishment from shareholders through non-binding votes. But will companies act?