The High Pay Centre is an independent non-party think tank established to monitor pay at the top of the income distribution and set out a road map towards better business and economic success
FTSE CEO Pay jumped to £4.964 million in 2014
Launch event for our new essay collection considering the ratios between top and bottom pay in the corporate sector.
Companies are required to disclose details of the work done for remuneration committees by consultants and the fees paid for it. This report highlights the poor disclosure of fees for those services. It is impossible to judge whether there are conflicts of interest without better information.
The EU's shareholder rights directive potentially introduces some important rule changes on executive remuneration such as a limit to share-based pay and publication of a ratio between top and average
25 Aug 2015: We wrote to the remuneration committee at every FTSE 100 Company - see who responded!
Event on 20 October 2015: Vince Cable will join us to discuss the effect of the 2013 Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act and Britain's economic future
16 Aug 2015: FTSE CEO Pay jumped to £4.964 million in 2014
10 Aug 2015: HPC Deputy Director Luke Hildyard blogs for Left Foot Forward on the importance of trade unions in combating pay inequality
Event on 1 September 2015: Launch event for our new essay collection considering the ratios between top and bottom pay in the corporate sector.
Since 5 January 2015 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned: