Following two years of increased regulation, the 2015 reporting season has been a slightly quieter one. It’s a welcome trend after the regulation heavy years that went before and many in the executive reward community agree that for the time being, no news is good news.
Of course, there were exceptions to the overall climate of calm, including one or two shareholder rebellions. A period of quiet, while welcome, is no cause for remuneration committees to rest on their laurels with the three-year voting cycles beginning again in 2017, a few worrying global economic indicators rearing their heads, the UK’s upcoming EU membership referendum and the implementation of mandatory gender pay reporting in 2016.
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- The latest trends in executive pay
- A review of the 2015 reporting season
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