Executive remuneration

November 2011
Governance Newsletter;Nov2011, Issue 209, p5
The article discusses a report on executive remuneration which explores the process of setting pay with incentivise and reward in order to promote best practice on pay structure and reporting. It addresses the role of shareholders and remuneration committees, and shareholder representation on nominations committees which improves transparency in remuneration report. It also informs about the impact on the behaviour and decision-making of senior executives on the retirement issue.


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